Member of Parliament (MP) for Awutu Senya West Constituency, George Andah, has called on his supporters and delegates to run a clean campaign ahead of the upcoming parliamentary primaries.

He urged the members of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) to avoid politics of insults, lies, and unnecessary provocations which he describes as inimical to the party.

On a visit to his constituents, Mr Andah admonished delegates in the various communities to guard against misguided statements that can provoke rancour within the party.

The Deputy Communications Minister also reiterated the need for an unblemished political campaign saying that the primaries, scheduled for April 18, is only a precursor to the bigger contest in the 2020 elections which should be the major focus.

George Andah said any behaviour that has the potential of creating chaos should be avoided and similar energy must be injected to deliver a big win for the NPP in the December elections.

The MP also took the opportunity to educate constituents on the COVID-19 pandemic and cautioned them to adhere to the measures outlined by the government such as regular washing of hands, use of sanitisers and observing social distancing.


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