Vote for development-oriented candidate -NDC aspirant
From Ernest Best Anane, Dunkwa-on-Offin
Dr. Mark Kurt Nawaane, the ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC) parliamentary aspirant for Upper Denkyira East in the Central Region, has challenged the electorate to vote for a candidate who is capable of bringing development to their doorsteps during this year’s presidential and parliamentary elections on the December 7.
Dr. Nawaane, a medical practitioner and proprietor of a local medical facility at Dunkwa, said this at his campaign launch last Tuesday at the Catholic Boys School Park at Dunkwa.
According to him, even though the opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP) had occupied the parliamentary seat for the past 15 years, the constituency had nothing to show in terms of infrastructural development.
“Not even the eight year rule of President Kufuor could bring about any change, and yet, the electorate always voted for it (NPP),” he noted.
He, therefore, stressed the need for the electorate to change the incumbent Member of Parliament, Nana Amoako, who, he said, had brought nothing to the area, because he was not a good candidate to represent the people in parliament to deliver on their aspirations.
According to the NDC aspirant, infrastructure like schools, road, electricity and health centers that communities in the area currently enjoy, were provided by the NDC government.
The aspirant urged them to give him and the NDC, as a party, a chance better execute the Better Ghana Agenda to improve their living standards.
Dr. Nawaane further stated that the area was in need of additional Senior High schools and College of Education, and assured them that when the NDC government was retained in office, those educational institutions would be provided to them, in line with the achievements of the NDC.
He advised his supporters to do a clean campaign, devoid of insults against political opponents, and base their campaign on issues to attract the floating voters, including NPP supporters.
Mr. Peter Kofi Owusu Ashia, Municipal Chief Executive (MCE), also called on the electorate to vote massively for the NDC in the general elections, to consolidate the virtues of the Better Ghana Agenda.
Mr. Ignatius Agbo, Constituency Chairman of the party, called on the electorate to retain the NDC party in power, to enable it add to the numerous infrastructural developments in the area.
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