By Patrick Biddah
The National Democratic Congress Parliamentary Candidate for the Ayawaso West Wougon Constituency in the Greater Accra region, John Setor Dumelo is upbeat about his victory in the upcoming contest for the parliamentary Seat.
He said, although many machinations have been deployed against his chances, nothing can stop his victory
According to him, the unforeseen hands that stopped him from the dredging of the Ayawaso drains to forestall flooding, cannot In any way stop the overall victory on 7th December.
Speaking at the launch of his campaign over the weekend , Mr Dumelo, said they succeeded in stopping him In solving a problem, but cannot stop his victory.
His election as the Parliamentary Candidate, he noted saw to the beginning of many developmental projects and that becoming an MP, will see to many more of the projects which is why he is very confident.
Highlighting some of the achievements as a Parliamentary Candidate, he mentioned a mushroom factory which he commissioned recently to give jobs to the people in the Constituency.
Others include, the free water connection to residents in areas such as; Abelenkpe, Bawaleshie, Mempeasem- all in the Constituency, adding 100 laptops computers were distributors to many students in the Constituency.
On his future plans, however, he said a football team will be established to help harness and develop the talents of the youth .
This team, he underscored will aim at playing in the Ghana premier league.
Mr Dumelo, who is relatively known in politics was confident of his victory, claiming that the NDC, which has lost the seat many times by slim margins, will in the 2020 election win the seat with a big margin to end the years of drought.
The Ayawaso West Wougon Constituency has been on the political radar since last year when violence erupted during a by-election after the passing of the then Member of Parliament , Mr Kyeremanten Agyarko.
That by-election led to the election of the spouse of the late MP, Madam Lydia Seyram Alhassan, who is going in the contest with John Dumelo and has been seen catching up with the pace of Mr Dumelo's pressure campaign.
During the by-election, the NDC withdrew from the contest, following the violence of which a sympathizer of the NDC was shot in the leg by men in masks who were said to be national security operatives.
At the campaign launch, Mr Dumelo, dared anyone to try any violent act in the upcoming election again.
He sent a strong warning to trouble makers, saying no one should try it this time and that they would not be intimidated.
In his words, no one deserves to die, because of an election .