Mahama joins Gyakye Quayson in Assin North to campaign

Former President John Dramani Mahama has announced his intention to join forces with deposed Assin North lawmaker James Gyakye Quayson in a show of support for Quayson’s upcoming by-election campaign.

The event is scheduled to take place on Saturday, June 17. Mahama’s decision to back Gyakye Quayson stems from his strong commitment to justice and development for the people residing in the Assin North Constituency.

In Mahama’s view, the current administration led by the NPP has gone to great lengths to strip the people of Assin North of their rightful parliamentary representation.

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He believes that their actions were driven by a desire to gain an advantageous position in what has essentially become a hung Parliament.

According to Mahama, the handling of the James Quayson case stands out as one of the most audacious manipulations of Ghana’s judicial system in the annals of its democracy.

Despite the circumstances, Mahama firmly believes in the resilience and discernment of the people of Assin North.

He trusts that they will rectify the injustice inflicted upon them and James Quayson by electing him once again as their Member of Parliament.

Mahama acknowledges the unwavering support and affection the people of Assin North have demonstrated for Quayson and the NDC throughout the ordeal.

He expresses gratitude for their continued loyalty, especially in the face of last-minute attempts by the NPP to sway the electorate through vote-buying tactics.

The joint campaign event between Mahama and Gyakye Quayson signifies a unified front and a shared vision for progress and representation in the Assin North Constituency.

By aligning themselves, they aim to convey a message of solidarity, resilience, and a commitment to upholding democratic values.

Both leaders emphasize the importance of the by-election in restoring justice, strengthening democratic institutions, and ultimately serving the best interests of the people they aim to represent.

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