The Upper East Regional Minister and Parliamentary candidate for Navrongo central constituency Hon. Tangoba Abayage, has dared the flag bearer of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) former president John Dramani Mahama to mention only one legacy his government left for the people of the upper east region.

Although the NDC claimed they constructed several projects such as the Bolgatanga regional hospital, Bolga- Bawku road, Winkogo -Tongo road, 2 kilowatts solar plant in Navrongo and several developmental projects in the region, Madam. Abayage, said, the flag bearer of the Nation Democratic Congress (NDC) has not left any legacy for the people of the Upper East region.

Speaking at the launching of NPP regional campaign team at the Catholic Social Center in Bolgatanga in the Upper East Region, the Madam Abayage, asked the NDC to mention a single legacy that John Mahama left in the region.

“The other day, I’m told Jane Nana was here and I ask her that as she goes round the region she should open her eyes and ask the NDC one simple question, I’m looking for one legacy that John Mahama left in this region. So I’m asking him to mention one legacy. They say the regional hospital, I say no because the regional hospital was started by his Excellency Kufour. They stayed, and for eight years they couldn’t complete it.

…Eight solid years and this is somebody who says he’s from the north he couldn’t complete it in eight years. We are still struggling to complete that project they want to lay claim of. They can come and lay claim but they can’t claim it hundred percent, it’s not theirs.”

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Touting the achievements of the NPP in the region, she said the massive developmental projects the NPP has undertaken in the region are enough to make the people vote for them to remain in power come December, 7.

Source:||101.1MHZ|Samuel Adagom|Ghana




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