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NDC primaries: Choose experience over experiment – Sampson Tangombu Chiragiaa to Navrongo delegates

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The Member of Parliament for Navrongo Central constituency in the Upper East Region, Sampson Tangombu Chiragiaa, has charged party executives and sympathisers to rally behind experience rather than experiment for victory in the 2024 elections. 

The MP said over the past few years, he’s been able to lay the groundwork for developmental takeoff once an NDC president is sworn into office.

“It saddens my heart anytime I look at the teeming youth in the constituency who have the expertise that can improve their lives and that of the constituency yet are laying waste simply because this current administration under Akufo-Addo has failed them. It is sad. But as I said, we can, if we all put our hands on it, vote out this NPP government and give 100% to the NDC, and I will win the 2024 elections,” he added. 

The MP made this known on March 19th, 2023, after he filed his nomination form seeking to retain his position as MP and the parliamentary candidate come the 2024 elections.  

Touching on some of the challenges confronting his constituents despite the numerous interventions taken by him, Mr. Tangombu noted that youth unemployment, quality of education, and health infrastructure continued to be major headaches for him.

“I can’t say that I have been able to achieve all that I expected for my people. Virtually every single youth in this constituency has at least a first degree, some master’s, yet no jobs to engage in. Pupils are still on the floor to learn, and quality healthcare needs to improve. These and many more I thought of, but I believe we can, because we are focused on experience rather than experiment,” he stressed. 

He therefore called on supporters and party sympathisers in the constituency to commit to unity and the use of decent language toward victory. 

Source: A1radioonline.com|101.1 MHz|Moses Apiah|Ghana

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