The incumbent Member of Parliament (MP) for Aowin constituency, Mr Mathias Kwame Ntow, has lost his seat to the former District Chief Executive (DCE), Mr Oscar Ofori Larbi in the just ended National Democratic Congress (-NDC )Parliamentary primaries held last Saturday
Mr Ntow who was seeking re-election to contest on the ticket of the NDC for the third term polled 192 votes and Mr. Larbi won by 462 votes.
Two other contenders, Mr Wilbert Bretum and Dr. Joseph Yensu also had 391 votes and 225 votes respectively.
Total delegates was 1, 305, total vote cast, 1, 276, rejected six, spoilt ballot one and unissued ballot 98.
Speaking to the punch newspaper right after the elections, Mr. Oscar Ofori Larbi called on all the candidates together with their supporters to bury their difference and unite so that they could wrestle power from the ruling New Patriotic Party and vote him as the Member of Parliament for the Aowin constituency .
According to him, he has the grassroots at heart and he’s poised to ensure that the NDC retains the Aowin seat come elections 2020.
“As a former District Chief Executive for the area, I know the worry of my people and I’m focused and determined to do alot to project the good image of my people”. He stressed.
Mr. Oscar Ofori Larbi, very instrumental is much interested in sustainability and unity among party members in the constituency and the Western North Region at large.
Source :broadcastergh.com /Ayisah Foster