Chairman Jeremiah Quaye of UP Margibi Branch The Margibi County Branch of the ruling Unity Party says the party’s seat in the county is booked hence, UP will conduct no primary for Margibi come 2017.
County Chairman Jeremiah Quaye, made the disclosure recently at the Nancy B. Doe Sport Stadium in Kakata during citizen’s petition to incumbent UP Representative Ben A. Fofana to contest for a second term in Electoral District Four, Margibi County.
Chairman Quaye pledged: “I want to turn back to my county leadership again that the people have spoken, and we need to listen to the people. We are going to no primary; the people’s voices going to be heard. Hon. Fofana, I must be firmed to confirm that our support is for you.”
He said the number of people seen in the district has shown that the lawmaker needs to be completely confirmed as the next candidate for the district on the UP’s ticket for 2017. Chairman Quaye expressed strong conviction his leadership will support Representative Fofana in the upcoming elections.
Whether his commitment has met the approval of all UP partisans in Margibi and its national leadership is the 64 million dollars question.
By Ramsey N. Singbeh, Jr. in Margibi