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Parliamentary Candidate (PC) of the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP) Dr. Thomas Doanab Wuni, has touted his political party as having a better record in terms of development in the Talensi constituency than the opposition National Democratic Congress.

In an exclusive interview on A1 radio on Wednesday, Dr. Doanab noted that NDC has won elections more than the NPP  since 1992 and yet has nothing to show to the people of Talensi; hence, the need for the constituents to vote for the NPP in the impending December 7 polls.

Whiles enumerating the developmental projects undertaken by the governing party in Talensi constituency, Dr. Doanab challenged the NDC to provide evidence of having done same for the people people of the area.

According to him, “Baare has one, Yagzore has one, Winkogo has one, Sawoliga has one that’s under construction. What did they construct for us in eight years or more? If you look at the governance in this country, they have had the largest share of running. Now we have had just twelve years and looking forward; and we have done a lot more in Talensi.”

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“They come out and shout on top of their voices that they did something. Where? May be you did it in the Gonja-land. We haven’t experienced it. If we want to compare records in Talensi, NPP has done a lot more than the NDC and it’s not deniable. They can bring their data, we bring our data; clearly it will show that they haven’t done more.”

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Dr. Doanab is confident of snatching the Talensi seat from under the noses of the incumbent Member of Parliament, Benson Tongo Baba; also known as B.T Baba.

According to him, what he has done for the people of Talensi is enough for him to unseat NDC’s B.T Baba.

Source: A1radioonline.com|101.1MHZ| Elijah Beyeni Yenibey|Ghana

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