Mohammed Adamu Ramadan, the National Democratic Congress (NDC) Parliamentary Candidate for the Adentan Constituency in the Greater Accra Region, is making waves with a door-to-door campaign.
His interaction with the constituents on individual basis has confirmed his humility and good thoughts to the electorate in no small way.
Mr. Ramadan last Wednesday evening was mobbed by residents of Nanakrom Last Stop when he stormed the area with his message.
In his usual respectful manner, he told the electorate that he was in the race to serve the interest of the good people of Adenta.
He said: “Adenta deserves a humble servant who is ready to serve their interest and not personal interest.’’
According to him, he would make the constituents the centre of all his activities because the interests of the people of Adenta are crucial than any other interest.
Mr. Ramadan, whose campaign has been devoid of insults and attacks, said that the NDC has a track record of development and that was the more reason why the people of Adenta must vote for him and John Dramani Mahama, come December 7, 2020.
Usual of him, he called on the people of Adenta to ensure peace and unity, before, during and after December 7, 2020.
He used the door-to-door system to educate the people about COVID-19 and the need to ensure that all the safety protocols are observed properly.