He told Joy News that Mr George stole a document from his office and put a slant on it to create disaffection for him.
According to him, Mr George went to tell the chiefs of Ningo that President J.E.A Mills had selected Ningo to be the district capital but he [ET Mensah] schemed to have the capital moved to Prampram.
The incumbent MP said the chiefs and people of Ningo bought into that propaganda and decided to vote against him.
Mr Mensah polled more votes in the 2008 elections than in 2012.
He has been in Parliament since 1996 and will be going for his sixth term. The Ningo-Prampram ‘Mugabe’, as critics call him, is blaming Mr George for the dwindling fortunes.
He said Mr George would take the last position in the Parliamentary primary, his position as a presidential staffer notwithstanding.
"He only plays his politics on radio," Mr Mensah said.
But Mr George has said that Mr Mensah has served his term and must honourably resign.
"Our dear father E.T. Mensah has done a great service for the people of Ningo-Prampram. But we believe that his 20 years of service is enough for him to retire for someone like me with great ambitions to take over and continue the good work that he has done for us," he said.
Meanwhile, Mr George has been cleared to contest the November 7 primary.
There was a petition which attempted to disqualify him from contesting but after vetting yesterday, the presidential staffer was cleared to contest the elections.
Source: Daily Grapic Ghana / 03.10.2015 - Mr E.T. Mensah, a political powerhouse and the sitting National Democratic Congress (NDC) Member of Parliament (MP) for Ningo Prampram for the past 16 years, is still in the race for the ticket of his party to contest the parliamentary seat for the area for the fifth time. - Read More -