Following his decisive victory in the National Patriotic Party (NPP) parliamentary elections for the Afigya Kwabre North Constituency, Hon. Collins Adomako Mensah commenced the process of reconciliation on January 28, 2024. A day after securing the NPP ticket, he visited Kyekyewere to express gratitude to the delegates and engage with key figures from his competitor’s camp.
The purpose of the visit was to emphasize unity and solidarity within the party, urging all members to close ranks and work collaboratively towards success in the upcoming December 7, 2024 general elections.
Hon. Adomako Mensah delivered a message of unity, highlighting that the elections were now in the past, and it was time for the party to forge ahead as a united front.
He wrote on Facebook:
“Back to my employers!!!!!
Yesterday January 28, 2024 a day after my victory at the polls, I began the process of reconciliation with visit to Kyekyewere to thank the delegates and most importantly interact with some key actors within my competitors camp.
The message was simple. Elections are over and it is now time to close ranks and forge ahead as a unit towards the December 7, 2024 general elections.
I later attended the final funeral rites of my cousin who passed on a few months ago at Amoako.
Afigya Kwabre North Constituency is rising. Get on board.
In the closely contested NPP parliamentary elections, Hon. Collins Adomako Mensah secured a significant victory with 268 votes out of 444 delegates, reaffirming his popularity and endorsement by party members. His opponent, Lawyer Daniel Dweteh, received 175 votes.
The visit to Kyekyewere and the subsequent engagement with key actors from the competitor’s camp exemplify Hon. Adomako Mensah’s commitment to fostering unity and inclusivity within the party.
As the Afigya Kwabre North Constituency rises, the parliamentarian encourages all party members to come together and contribute to the collective success of the NPP in the upcoming general elections.