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Improving agricultural activities in Zebilla is key – Zebilla NDC PC elect 

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The Parliamentary Candidate for the Zebilla constituency on the ticket of the National Democratic Congress, Ebenezer Alumire Ndebilla has indicated that improving the Agriculture sector for constituents would be the way to tackle poverty in the area.

According to him, farming activities contribute to 70 percent of the daily activities of the indigenes hence with well focused policies and assistance; food insecurity and poverty will be a thing of the past in the area. 

“The key thing Ebenezer if voted as the MP for the area will be looking at is Agriculture as a focal point. Agricultural activities are the key things that the people of Zebilla relied on and will continue to rely on for their survival and as a development partner, my focus will be in that lane. To assist them with the little I could, to transform that sector.”

“Of course, with this climate change thing coupled with our seasonal rainfall pattern, dry season farming is a more focused point and I will help to retool farmers in that direction such as providing them with some of the pumping machines and outers to transfer water from one farming direction to the other,” he stressed.

Mr. Ndebilla discussed some of the important policies he will address if elected to govern the Zebilla seat as a Member of Parliament after the 2024 elections on A1 Radio’s Daybreak Upper East Show.

Touching on that feature possibility, he said unity among party supporters, sympathisers, and contenders was key and a must-focus initiative the party ought to put on after the primaries in the area.

“Yes, Party elders and executives are doing that, but I must lead in that process so I have begun calling some of them on the telephone. For now, it is positive because we all understand that it is an internal election and our forward as party people is to win the seat. So, we are doing that.”

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

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