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People of UE have been unappreciative of good works of NPP – Anthnoy Namoo

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Lawyer Anthony Namoo, the Upper East Regional Chairman has opined that while the New Patriotic Party (NPP) has committed itself to fostering the development of the region, voters in the region have continued to fail to appreciate the extent of work that has been done.

His sentiments, as shared on the Day Break Upper East Show on A1 Radio, are similar to those of the Deputy Communications Director of the party, Johnson Ayine on the same platform.

It would be recalled that Mr. Ayine said “you just vote for parties, you do not think of who can do it. You kill yourself to bring in the projects and there is no appreciation. Imagine if the NPP gets even half of the votes that the NPP gets here, and 50 per cent of the MPs, imagine the number of projects we would have brought here. We [the NPP] have been good to you. Instead of you punishing the NDC, you keep voting for them”.

The Regional Chairman of the NPP shared similar sentiments. He said He said, “I have been campaigning for this party since 2000. If you compare that to now, we have made progress, but if you are making progress, you would want the progress to be faster. The work we have done in all the 15 constituencies is huge. I mean, look at the Bolga-Bawku road. The NDC that benefits so much from this region does next to nothing. So his observation, you cannot fault it”.

Lawyer Namoo explained that while Mr Ayine’s arguments are valid, the party needs to be able to consolidate the gains and losses.

“But we also have to double up as a party. Our attitudes also matter. We can blame our people but that is not the entire picture,” he added.

The Upper East Regional Chairman of the NPP said it is time for the people of the region to reconsider their voting decisions and consider the work the NPP has done in the region. In the next election, the NPP hoped to increase the vote of the NPP by a substantial margin.

Source: A1radioonline.com|101.1MHz|Mark Kwasi Ahumah Smith|Ghana

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