The Tamale Central constituency legislator, Alhaji Inusah Fuseini has reaffirmed his decision not to seek re-election at the 2020 Parliamentary polls.
Even though there is incessant pressure on him to rescind his decision, he insists there is the need to pave the way for others in the NDC to takeover and build on the solid foundation he has laid.
The former Roads and Highways Minister in a telephone conversation explained that he is quitting Parliament to fully devote to the 2020 campaigns of the NDC Presidential candidate, John Dramani Mahama.
He pleaded with his constituents to fully support whoever emerges as the next Tamale Central constituency Parliamentary candidate to retain the seat on the NDC’s ticket.
The Tamale Central constituency lawmaker profoundly thanked his constituents for given him the opportunity to serve them over 12 years.
Alhaji Inusah Fuseini went to Parliament in 2006 through a by-election necessitated by the former NDC Member of Parliament for then Choggu-Tishigu constituency, Professor Wayo Seini’s defection to the New Patriotic Party (NPP).
He has since retained the seat which was later renamed Tamale Central constituency following the split of the constituency.
He successfully developed the constituency in line with his campaign promises overtime.
He has constructed several roads, built classroom blocks, sponsored needy students and alleviated the plight of the destitute.
Professionally, Alhaji Inusah Fuseini is a Lawyer and he was a senior associate with the Law Trust Company in Accra.
He is loved by his political opponents for dispassionately analysing national issues in the mainstream media.