NDC Primaries: I’ll secure 90,000 votes for John Mahama in 2024 elections – Haruna Iddrisu

Former Minority leader Haruna Iddrisu has filed his nomination forms to contest the National Democratic Congress (NDC) parliamentary primaries in the Tamale South constituency. Highly tipped to retain the seat, Haruna Iddrisu says his work in the constituency is not done yet.

Accompanied by a mammoth crowd, the 5-time Member of Parliament for Tamale south handed over his nomination forms to the Tamale South constituency office of the NDC. 

Whiles giving hope to would-be aspirants to feel free and contest him, the Tamale South Member of Parliament assured that he would win the election by a landslide touting his prowess and growing influence over the years. 

“Today I am here to honor the NDC constitutional requirement of filing my nomination as the NDC unbeatable candidate for the 2024 general election and today marks the beginning of the NDC journey to victory in 2024. But the Tamale South seat is free, you can come in. The only thing I can assure you is that you won’t get more than 5% of the votes”, he beats his chest out as he invited other would-be aspirants to come on board and compete with him.

He indicated that he will work to ensure an absolute victory for the NDC in the Tamale South constituency.

“Tamale South in the last presidential and parliamentary made a significant contribution of sixty nine thousand votes and my pledge this year is that we will contribute ninety thousand votes for John Mahama or whoever leads the NDC in the 2024 elections’ he added.

Addressing supporters of the party after submitting his nomination forms, Haruna Iddrisu called for unity and hard work ahead of the 2024 general elections. According to him the mismanagement of the economy by the Akufo-Addo-led government vindicates the NDC as the best party to lead the country.

‘We must all come together, shun divisiveness, and work towards an NDC victory because that is the surest way to win power’ he indicated.

After being a student leader for years in his tertiary education period, Iddrisu transitioned into mainstream national politics and rose to become the National Youth Organizer of the NDC in 2002, a position he held for eight years.

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