The governing New Patriotic Party (NPP) in the Binduri constituency of the Upper East Region has unveiled a 35-member campaign team ahead of the December general elections.
Made up of electoral area coordinators, elected polling station and constituency executives, the team christened ” winning together” has been officially tasked with a responsibility to embark on vigorous campaign that will retain the Elephant party in power as well as to snatch the Binduri parliamentary seat, which is currently occupied by Robert Kuganab-Lem of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC).
Swearing in the team, Upper East Regional chairman of the NPP, Anthony Namoo urged members to propagate what he described as the good governance as well as the unprecedented achievements of the Nana Addo Akufo-Addo-led administration to the electorate.
Touting the government’s achievements such as the free senior high school, one district-one factory, one village, one dam and NaBCO, Mr Namoo called on Ghanaians to give the NPP government another term.
Describing the incumbent MP as a failure, the NPP parliamentary candidate, Abdulai Abanga, told the electorate that if voted to power, the development of the constituency will remain paramount to his heart and that the time has come to vote out Kuganab-Lem.
Describing himself as a development oriented politician, Mr. Abanga, who served as a Municipal Chief Executive for Bawku under the erstwhile John Kufuor administration reiterated the need to maintain the NPP in power as he joyfully recount his party’s development in areas such as electrification, construction of schools, roads and bridges, provision of water among others.
The team unanimously assured the party of putting out its best to retain power.
By Haruna Sumaila Abugri, Upper East Region, Daily Mail GH