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Voters in Navrongo are discerning, they want people who’ll bring development – NDC PC

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The Parliamentary Candidate for the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Simon Akibange Aworigo, is confident that the people of the Navrongo Central Constituency will elect him as their Member of Parliament in the 2024 general election. Mr. Aworigo explained that over the years, voters in the constituency have demonstrated remarkable discernment in choosing leaders, and the next general election will be no different.

During an interview with Mark Smith on A1 Radio’s Day Break Upper East Show, Mr. Aworigo stated that after the NDC primaries, he has been engaging with the general population of the area in an effort to garner support for his development agenda, which aims to propel the constituency forward.

“It gives me joy to know that I come from a constituency where the people are discerning. They make a choice not based on what they get but based on what you bring to the table—what you can bring to develop the communities. I am coming from somewhere, and I have a plan, programme, and vision for the constituency. I went out and sold that plant to the smaller group, which is my party. It is now time to sell that out to the entire people of Navrongo Central.”

“I have taken notice of the challenges of the constituency and what needs to be done. I am bringing everyone to the table. I am ready to bring everybody on board, rally whatever we need to rally, mobilise whatever we need to mobilise and get the development that we need,” he said.

Mr. Aworigo, is confident that the NDC will retain the seat in Navrongo Central. Additionally, Mr. Aworigo explained that he has a good relationship with the outgoing MP for the area, Sampson Tangombu Chiragiaa. 

The PC added that he has a lot to learn from Mr. Chiragiaa.

“We spoke yesterday. He is my Member of Parliament. He has been where I haven’t been before. I acknowledge that and give him that respect. I call him, and I reach out to him. We spoke, and he told me that he was ready to work with me to retain the seat. This thing is not about one person. It is about the party, the constituency, and the people of Navrongo Central,” he said. 

Speaking to Mark Smith on the Day Break Upper East Show today, Mr. Aworigo said that because of his role as PC, he has to be accommodating to all people to help grow the party’s base. 

“There is a cap on my head to ensure that, as much as possible, I reach out to everyone, including him. I have a lot to learn from him.”

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

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