A private legal practitioner and parliamentary candidate elect for Subin constituency, Hon. Kofi Obiri Yeboah, has refuted claims that he won his election based on the amount of money he paid to delegates to win Subin constituency.
Lawyer Kofi Obiri Yeboah made history in his first attempt as a parliamentary candidate on the ticket of the NPP’s parliamentary primaries, pulling 85 percent of the total votes cast.
He won the elections among his three other contenders, including the incumbent member of parliament for the Subin constituency.
Speaking on the Oyerepa Breakfast show with Nana Yaw Mensah Joel on Monday morning, the newly elected member of parliament explained that his massive contribution to the constituency and the party at large was the magic that made him won the elections.
He revealed that he was of strong conviction that delegates were going to do him a great honor and reward him for his unwavering support and commitment to the Subin constituency.
The NPP parliamentary candidate, when asked about the fact that his money won the elections, revealed that money did not win the elections but rather his policies.
“Even if I had not paid some amount of money to delegates, trust me, they would have voted me massively because they are aware of my input to the development of the constituency,” he said.
Interestingly, he noted that he won the elections months before the election day because of his good policies, dedication, and commitment to the development of the constituency.
“I won the elections months before Election Day. The delegates were actually into me and had massive hope in me to change the fortunes of Subin Constituency,” he stated.
Source: oyerepafmonline.com/Freduah Agyemang Derrick