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Casper Kampoli ready to contest UER NDC Deputy Communication Officer position again

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The Deputy Communications Officer for the NDC in the Upper East Region has welcomed any intention to contest him in the upcoming NDC Regional elections. According to him, he has served dutifully and has found favour in the eyes of party folk; as such, anyone willing to contest his position is welcome.

“…if people are coming, I welcome them. I believe that for the last four years, I have done my work well as the deputy communications officer.”

He appreciated the rank and file of the party especially at the constituency levels for giving him the mandate to serve the party following his election victory on September 1st, 2018.

According to him, it has been four years of learning, impacting, and projecting the policies and superior records of the NDC among others.

“Today marks exactly 4 years since I was elected the Regional Deputy Communications Officer. We had the elections on 1st September 2018, where I won the election. I am grateful to the rank and file of the 15 constituencies that gave me that mandate to serve them in the last four years.”

“It has been four years of learning, four years of building capacity, four years of projecting the NDC by touting the good policies, our good superior record, helping to expose the incompetence, the naiveness, the deception and lies of the current government.”

Mr. Kampoli urged the party faithful to continue working for the party to secure a resounding victory in 2024.

“The election 2024 started immediately the 2020 election was illegally and undeservedly given to the NPP. Campaigns are continuous. We are campaigning till 2024. So, let’s keep on working for the party. When the guidelines are out, I believe that anybody who qualifies the process can still campaign.”

Source: A1radioonline.com|101.1MHz|Gerard Awombadek Asagi|Ghana

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