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Kpemka agrees I’m a better MP – Lydia Akanvariba

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The Member of Parliament for Tempane Constituency in the Upper East Region, Lydia Lamisi Akanvariba, has boldly asserted that her opponent, Lawyer Joseph Kpemka, recognizes her superior capacity to represent the constituency both in terms of developmental infrastructure and parliamentary acumen and will succumb to her come the 2024 elections.

According to her, her opponent understands her proven track record and commitment to the welfare of Tempane, and as he did during the 2020 elections, will succumb to her victory come the 2024 elections.

“I will not say I beat Kpemka in the 2020 elections; he is my ‘husband,’ and he understood that I was a better manager, someone who could handle and support the constituents better than him. And like I said, he will do the same thing come the 2024 elections. He ‘willingly’ conceded to me, recognizing my competence and dedication to serving the constituency.”

“I will not say he did not contribute to the development of the area, but he can and “has” testified that when it comes to policies and development initiatives, I stand tall, and he will hand me the win again as he did.”

Madam Akanvariba made these comments at the just-ended Upper East NDC Women’s Wing Inauguration held in Bolgatanga.

She added that her opponent acknowledges her ability to elevate the living standards of Tempane residents through targeted initiatives, a claim supported by her previous term in office.

She, however, assured her constituents that she will continue to implement specific projects and initiatives that will contribute significantly to the advancement of the area and also contribute to the broader national agenda.

Source: A1Radioonline.com|101.1MHz|Moses Apiah|Ghana

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