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Someone should tell Tempane MP I’m coming for her seat, Mahama Ayariga will fall, Navrongo is ours – Salahu-deen Musah

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The newly minted Upper East Regional Youth Organiser, Salahu-Deen Musah Al-Khomeini is confident that the governing New Patriotic Party would not only break the 8 in the 2024 elections but will capture at least 5 seats in the Upper East Region.

Mr. Al-Khomeini made these comments when he spoke on A1 Radio’s Day Break Upper East Show.

“We are starting from Bawku Central. Mahama Ayariga will go. That I can assure you. Tempane is also one of the seats. The lady there, they should just tell her that she should just pack her bags. I am coming for her. For Binduri, there are no two ways about that. People are saying whatever they want to say but we are going to maintain Binduri. Navrongo Central, they should tell Sampson that we are coming for him.”

“For me as youth commander, my first objective in terms of seats, I am targeting 5 seats,” he said.

The five seats are Navrongo Central, Pusiga, Tempane, Bawku Central and Binduri.

He said there is going to be some research that would be conducted to see whether the NPP can capture Dr. Clement Apaak’s seat; Builsa South.

“I have my research teams already on the ground trying to understand the dynamics we expect in the 2024 elections,” he said.

Mr. Al-Khomeini explained that the party would evaluate its strengths and weaknesses and do same for the opposition NDC and take strategic decisions that would hand the NPP at least 5 seats in the coming elections.

Earlier, the Regional Youth Organiser stated without equivocation that his victory in the just-ended NPP regional executive election marks the extinction of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) in the Upper East Region.

He made the statement in reference to comments by the Deputy Upper East Regional Communication Officer of the NDC, Casper Sunday Kampoli that he was happy about the outcome of the NPP’s regional executive election.

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

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