The Member of Parliament for Talensi constituency of the Upper East Region, Robert Mosore Doameng, has assured his constituents he will not discriminate against any of them in supporting them towards the development of the area.
He gave this assurance at a gathering to thank the people of Talensi constituency for their enormous support which led to his victory in the 2012 general elections. The New Patriotic Party soft-spoken Member of Parliament stated that he would make a difference in the constituency in his four year term to the admiration of his constituents.
Mr. Doameng called on his constituents to give him the necessary maximum cooperation to enable him achieve his plans for the constituency. He also stated that, he will work tirelessly with the assembly to support people in the area with water, electricity and also take care of the educational needs of deprived students in the area with his common fund irrespective of party lines.
According to him discrimination retards development and that he is ready to support any student seeking assistance in his constituency. ‘Anybody who knows me well knows me as a person who does not like discrimination by nature. I am a person who does not encourage gossip and backbiting and to that effect I do not discriminate because I am in a certain party.
All the people in this constituency are people of the constituency and party membership could be at any point in time party A or party C. You do not need to discriminate because I have seen people who were in different parties but have defected to other parties and others going back to those parties, so why do you discriminate to developing people.
That style maybe was used by others but I am not going to use that style at all, everybody who has a chance to do something of which I can support, I will willingly and whole heartedly support regardless of which party you belong’.
Mr. Doameng who is hopeful that the New Patriotic Party will win the election petition in court cautioned his constituents against unnecessary arguments about the court case which has the tendency of dividing them.
By: Adugbire Cletus Adoliyine | A1Radioonline.com | Ghana