The out-going Member of Parliament for Ledzokuku Constituency in the Greater Accra Region and Deputy Minister for Fisheries and Aqua-Culture, Sena Benita Okity-Duah has admitted many factors contributed to her humiliating defeat in the December 7, polls.
According to her, key among them was party people working against the interest of the party in the Constituency.
But in all,’ i thank you so much for your support for me over the last few years and especially during the just ended parliamentary’
The failed MP for the second conservative time took to her Facebook wall to urge her supporters not to be disgruntled because of her loss and that of the party in the area.
Below is the text she wrote today less than three hours ago
Good morning Ledzokuku. Thank you so much for your support for me over the last few years and especially during the just ended Parliamentary Elections.
The results is not what we were expecting but in all, we give glory to God. I have taken a little time after the Elections to write to you, because we needed to be convinced over all the various issues that happened before, during and after the Elections on the 7.
Many factors – including individuals within our Party and out of it worked against us, and at the right time and forum, we will explain to the good people of Ledzokuku.
There are other things we could also have done better to secure our victory, but we reneged on.
It has been an honour serving you as your Member of Parliament for the past four years and I am really grateful for the opportunity. The experiences gathered within the period and the lessons learnt are so valuable and I will forever cherish same.
I remain part of Ledzokuku and my love for our Constituency will never be affected. I will in the coming days and weeks identify other means to remain in constant touch with the people and be of service to our Constituency. In all things, I give God the glory and wish Ledzokuku the very best in the near future.
God bless you all and let’s keep the faith alive. In the NDC, we have a party we can always be proud of. It’s well.