Hon. George Andah, the ousted Member of Parliament for Awutu Senya West constituency has sent congratulatory messages to his opponent, Member of Parliament elect, Madam Gizella Tetteh-Agbotui for coming out victoriously in the just ended December 2020 presidential and Parliamentary Polls.
Hon. Gizella is a sister to the former MP for the Awutu-Senya West, Hon. Hannah Tetteh.
The outcome of the parliamentary elections had it that, madam Gizella polled total valid votes of 32,708 while her contender, Hon. Goerge Andah polled 29,832 of the total valid votes cast.
Hon. George Andah said;
I also extend congratulations to ASWC MP-elect, Mrs. Gizella Tetteh -Agbotui, and her team. I wish her every success and trust she will work tirelessly to continue on the progress for the better of our shared and beloved people of ASWC.
He added that;
“I am of the firm belief that God knows best and He has a reason for everything that He does. I will take some time to step back for now, review our actions and inactions to gain deeper insights in order to consolidate our success journey going forward.”
In a press statement to all his supporters, families, and friends, Hon Andah expressed optimism of coming back to make the Senya-West Constituency a better place but urged Mrs. Gizella Tetteh-Agbotui to work tirelessly to develop the Senya community.
Read Hon. Andohs full statement below;
Dear DoMore Partners,
I would like to first give thanks to God and my great team for their tireless and dedicated efforts and to the citizens of Awutu Senya West Constituency.
You, the people of ASWC, entrusted me with four years of doing more, in terms of representing you in Parliament whilst lobbying for development and empowerment, and I believe we made some good progress and have set ASWC as a constituency to watch in Ghana.
Sometimes good things fall apart so that better things can fall together.
Defeat is not the worst of failures , Not to have tried is the true failure. – George Edward
This wasn’t the parliamentary results we expected with all we put into ASWC in the past four years, but I will continue give thanks to God for how far he has brought us.
Throughout my life journey, I have known that, sometimes we win and sometimes we don’t but but always, we must learn the lessons!
I thank God and ASWC that we won ASWC for HE President Nana Akufo-Addo and that ASWC and Ghana have given him #4MoreYears2DoMore.
And to all in ASWC who came out to vote, I say thank you for giving me a great opportunity to serve you as your representative in Parliament. I accept your verdict of my term of office in good faith.
To ‘Prof’, the NPP ASWC Councils of Elders/Patrons, the NPP ASWC campaign team, all Sector Heads, all Electoral Area and Polling Station Campaign teams, my secretariat team, to all volunteers and everyone that played a role, we know we put in our best and I am grateful to have had the opportunity to work on the campaign with each one of you.
To all Traditional and Faith leaders, Local media Reps, Business(wo)men, Musicians, Traders, Transporters, Health staff, Teachers, Farmers/Fishers, Beauticians, Dress Makers, Artisans, Women’s Groups, Youth Groups, Ghetto Groups, Settler Groups. Nasara groups, Boys Boys/Gals Gals, Footballers, and all our stakeholders, I say thank you for being there along this journey.
To Sante my wife, my Andah/Hagan/Barning families, and to all my friends, I am grateful for your kind support, love and presence.