The New Patriotic Party’s (NPP) Parliamentary Candidate for the Talensi Constituency, Robert Alibo, has explained that the party, ahead of the 2024 general election, would engage heavily, make all the right decisions, and do all it can to win the seat for the NPP for the second time.
Mr. Alibo made these comments when he spoke on A1 Radio’s Day Break Upper East Show with Mark Smith today, Wednesday, December 6, 2023.
“These are early days yet, but we need to engage extensively and plan together. This would probably be something I would lead, but I would need ideas from everyone to execute the campaign to wrestle the seat from the NDC,” he said.
Mr. Alibo added that the party has begun the reconciliation after the election, a process that would see all individuals and blocs within the party come under one umbrella.
“The reconciliation process is already underway. To find the honorable DCE visit me at home, and to see me go to his place and accept whatever outcome that came about, it gives me an opportunity to show grace to all other people, all other supporters, and contestants so that we can walk into victory come 2024.”
Mr. Alibo is convinced he won the election because he had stayed true to his message of being a better leader and lobbying for major development for the people of the area.
Mr. Alibo won the parliamentary primaries ahead of the DCE for the area, Thomas Duanab Wuni Pearson and the Deputy Director for the Northern Development Authority, William Zoogah.
It would be recalled that the NPP in the Upper East Region conducted primaries in 10 constituencies: Bolgatanga Central, Builsa South, Navrongo, Chiana-Paga, Bongo, Talensi, Nabdam, Zebila, Garu, and Tempane constituencies.
In three constituencies, namely Pusiga, Bolgatanga East, and Builsa North Constituencies, candidates went unopposed.
Elections are currently on hold in the Bawku Central Constituency.
Source: A1Radioonline.Com|101.1MHZ|Mark Kwasi Ahumah Smith|Bolgatanga