Masawudu Mubarick, the leading National Democratic Congress (NDC) parliamentary candidate in the Ashanti region’s Asawase Constituency, has testified before the party’s vetting committee.
On Wednesday, April 5, 2023, the prospective member of parliament appeared before the committee with a sizable group of supporters.
The flagbearer candidate described the vetting procedure to Elisha Adarkwah, the Ashanti regional correspondent for Class 91.3 FM, as being painless.
“I had a smooth vetting process,” he revealed.
The parliamentary candidate who would be running against incumbent lawmaker Muntaka Mubarrak for the seat praised his fans for their “unflinching” support over the four years he has been waiting to run for office again.
He voiced aspirations of winning the primary elections and pledged to make the seat well-known if elected.
“I am hoping to be John Mahama’s helper on May 13 when he represents the Asawase Constituency in parliament, exactly as I have chosen number 2 in the ballot.
“In 2025, when you hear Asawase in parliament, you will hear it for the right reasons—you will hear youth empowerment when you hear Asawase in parliament. When you hear Asawase in 2025, you will hear advancement. The trip has only just begun, and we are moving forward, the prospective lawmaker remarked.
Additionally, he pledged to bring the kind of change that Asawase’s residents wanted.
“We mean growth for the Asawase people,” he clarified. There hasn’t been much advancement in humankind during the 18 years of the current MP.