The Member of Parliament (MP) for Ketu North, James Klutse Avedzi, has announced his decision not to contest for the seat after the expiration of his current term.
According to the MP who is in his fifth term, he has contributed his quota to the development of the Ketu North constituency and it is time for him to bow out.
In an interview on Face to Face on Citi TV, the Deputy Minority Leader in Parliament said it is time for a new person to take over from him in 2025.
“I have decided that five terms are enough for me, I do not intend to run again. 20 years is enough for me, I think someone else should take over in 2024.”
“I have already informed some of my constituents. My decision is not because I have become unpopular, I believe there is no election I run that I will not win.”