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Exchange your votes for development- Gambila appeals to voters

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The Parliamentary Candidate for the Nabdam constituency on the ticket of the governing New Patriotic Party, Boniface Gambila, has admonished electorates to usually measure their votes with the needed development they envisage.

According to him, the NPP has executed enough developmental agenda for the constituency and should always be given the opportunity to govern.

He likened elections to the adage ” To whom much is given, much is expected” indicating that NPP expects more votes from the electorates come December 7 elections as it has been able to execute some of their pressing needs in the District.

“The projects you are seeing today in Nabdam are just a tip of the iceberg, more will follow if you all agree to renew the mandate of the NPP” He stated.

He stressed that “As far back as 1990 to 2000 we have had some level of developments in Nabdam but it was very little but within 2002, I pushed from that angle with various projects and that was how Nabdam has grown to this level.”

The Parliamentary candidate also added that in terms of connecting various communities to the national grid, the NPP government has played a key role in that aspect and has vowed to do more as it target is to connect every household in the district to the electricity.

Mr. Gambila spoke at an initiative organized by the Northern Development Authority(NDA) to get five additional communities connected to the national grid and to construct two kilometers of rural roads through the One Million Dollar per constituency project in the District.

The roads according to the Mr. Gambila, when constructed will help farmers to transport their farm produces to market centers in the district easily.

“The Kongo Daborin road and Damolug-Tindongo roads will soon be completed for smooth movement of vehicles in and out of the district”, he aded.

Source:A1radioonline.com|101.1MHZ| Moses Apiah

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