Mike Oquaye Junior has asserted he is nonetheless a candidate in the Dome-Kwabenya New Patriotic Party (NPP) primaries, soon after media stories claimed he had withdrawn.
The Communications crew for the Large Commissioner to India in a assertion issued Wednesday, April 15, says the bogus details circulating on social media about his purported withdrawal from the race, is “borne out of panic and panic.”
“We would like to inform all Polling Station Executives, Electoral Area Coordinators, Council of Elders, Patrons, Disciplinary Committee Members, Constituency Executives, the Constituency Parliamentary Election Committee and the general general public that our Candidate has not withdrawn from the reported elections as it is currently being falsely peddled close to by some unscrupulous people,” the statement go through in section.
The governing NPP on Tuesday, declared suspension of the originally scheduled April 25 nationwide primaries for constituencies with sitting down MPs, subsequent the imposition of limitations owing to the coronavirus pandemic.
The assertion assured that, Dr. Mike Oquaye Jnr., who is contesting the incumbent, Adwoa Safo, remains “bold, assured and resolute that when all is established and a new day, working day, time and venue is communicated from national, we shall be in and God Inclined acquire the race.”