The defeated NDC parliamentary candidate for the Walewale constituency says the party should come up with a campaign technique to counter the political clout of Vice President, Dr Mahamudu Bawumia.

According to him, the NDC lost the election as a result of they underestimated the affect of Dr Bawumia in the Walewale.

“Walewale constituency is fighting an establishment. That establishment constitutes the loyalists of Dr Mahamudu Bawumia to the point that an all-campaign trail came face to face with chiefs that are adversarial towards us.

“Walewale is a unique constituency that requires affirmative action. We cannot approach the 2024 election with a brush that we use to brush every constituency,” he said.

Defeated aspiring NDC MP in Walewale charges party uproot established Bawumia legacy

Mr Abdullah urged the party management failed to present ample sources and help for his or her campaigns.

He additionally warned that the party will fail to take again the seat in 2024 except stringent measures are put in place to weaken the affect of the vice chairman.

“Whether Abuba is the candidate or not; whether another person is a candidate or not, as far as Dr Mahamudu Bawumia remains a stakeholder in the NPP, Walewale constituency would want the NDC as a political party to construct a very good strategy that will deal with our peculiarities as a constituency.”

He believed, nevertheless, that the NDC was nonetheless able to successful the Walewale seat and challenged the management of the party to restore unity in the constituency before 2024.

“We lost the election in 2016 with 2,580 votes against a presidential running mate and yet in 2020 we lost the election against a sitting Vice President with only 1,679 votes”, he added.

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