Communications Officer for National Democratic Congress,NDC in the Bongo Constituency of the Upper East Region, David Asanga says, he is not happy about the “copy copy” nature of his District Chief Executive for the area.

According to him,the DCE who doubles as the Parliamentary Candidate for the NPP, Peter Ayinbisa has the penchant of trailing and copying every initiative by his MP Edward Bawa in the Constituency.

He claimed that the DCE is on such errands in his bit to make himself relevant and score political points which will not make any impact.

What I’ve realized is that, our Hon. MP Edward Bawa has realized that Bongo needs so much water and he is going round drilling boreholes for people and i saw my dear DCE also running helter-skelter trying to do as my MP is doing,not less than 40 boreholes have been drilled my MP and that is what the DCE cannot match and he is running helter-skelter” he claimed.

Mr. Asanga also stressed with optimism that no matter what the NPP does in Bongo , the seat cannot be taken from the NDC because not much can be pointed out as an outstanding achievement by the DCE.

But Upper East Regional Communications Director of the NPP, Sanusi Issah expressed disappointment in his comments indicating that, the Bongo District was the highest beneficiary government among all 15 districts in the region hence ,it will be out of dishonesty for one to make such claims.

“If there is any district,any constituency in this 15 districts across the region, that needs to be grateful to the President of the Republic,it should be the Bongo District in the sense that there is no ambiguity about the work the Honorable DCE is doing, anytime his name is mentioned the NDC cannot sit.I know he is doing something better for the people of Bongo for that matter im convinced that come what may, 7th December he will represent the people of Bongo because of what he has done within the short period of time” he assured.

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Source:A1radioonline.com|101.1MHZ|Ghana

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