The Upper East Regional Minister Tangoba Abayage says she will secure a landslide victory against the Aviation Minister Kofi Adda who is also the incumbent on Saturday in the Navorongo Central NPP primaries.
Tangoba Abayage said she has been with the party for a very long time so concerns of her not being knwon in the constituency cannot be true.
Some delegates in the constituency have argued that the regional Minister is not known in the constituency and they will vote for the incumbent Kofi Adda.
Madam Abayage in response said, “I am surprised they say I am not well known. I was in this constituency before Kofi Adda came in 200. I have been here since 1989. The first time we voted in 1992 I voted in Navrongo. I voted in 1996 and 2000. Kofi Adda came in through a by-election when the late John Achuliwor died. I was the MC at the late Achuliwor’s funeral when Kofi Adda came in. So if Kofi Adda is now well known than me then I am actually surprised,” she recounted.
Tangoba Abayage is of the firm belief she will secure a landslide victory on Saturday.
“Saturday I am sure you will call me. I am hoping that my phone will not be off by then. The political analyst said it is going to be a close call; I am assuring you that it will be a landslide victory…..I have seen giants fall. You remember the story of David and Goliath? I said Saturday will come. Kofi Adda will not win this election. I can assure you on that,” she told Starr News Naa Dedei Tettey