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NDC parliamentary hopeful commissions 5th borehole in Nabdam District

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A parliamentary candidate hopeful of the National Democratic Congress in the Nabdam, Lawyer Lamtiig Apanga has drilled and commissioned a hand pump borehole for the people of the Kotintaabig community in the Upper East Region.

The hand pump borehole is the 5th out of 10 boreholes the legal practitioner had promised to drill in the constituency. The other four were drilled at Zanlerigu, Asonge, Pitanga, and the Pelungu one being a mechanised borehole.

Speaking to the media, Lawyer Apanga said his decision to provide a potable source of water to the constituents is geared towards improving the lives of the constituents to “eradicate poverty and diseases since water is life”

He added that the water project in Nabdam could curtail the daily challenges the residents go through trekking for a long distance for water. Lawyer Apanga mentioned that his quest to serve the people of Nabdam in parliament was to ensure that the people of Nabdam get a fair share of the national cake.

“When I say I want to be Member of Parliament for Nabdam, I mean I want to offer leadership, service, and give my communities quality leadership, so they would appreciate that it is not serving by sitting on the seat as a Member of Parliament, but delivering work that would reflect what the people need”

Lawyer Apanga indicated that youth employment, skills training, sports, women empowerment, and education are among the few that he would be doing to “continuously sustain the development of Nabdam” when elected MP.

He used the opportunity to appeal to the constituents to give him the mandate to serve them as their next MP.

The chief of Kontitaabig, Naba Bilheesong Lagwongt thanked the NDC parliamentary hopeful for providing the constituents with a safe drinking water source. The chief on behalf of the residents pledged to zealously safeguard the project to ensure it serves its purpose.

Source: A1Radioonline.com|101.1Mhz|Joshua Asaah|Kotintaabig|Ghana


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