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Builsa North MP denies claims of ‘skirt and blouse’ voting in his constituency

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Some members of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) in the Builsa North constituency of the Upper East Region have openly declared their intention to adopt the “Skirt and Blouse” voting strategy in the upcoming 2024 elections.

They cited a litany of grievances, including a lack of basic amenities and job opportunities for the youth, as key factors driving their decision.

The disgruntled members claimed that their longstanding concerns have gone unaddressed by their Member of Parliament, Lawyer James Agalga, who has been in the parliamentary seat for the third time but has failed to provide them with adequate jobs, conducive road networks, and employment opportunities.

However, the Member of Parliament for the Builsa North constituency, James Agalga, vehemently denied the allegations during a health walk event organized by the branch executives of the NDC in the area.

He asserted that the claims made against him and the NDC were baseless and purely a propaganda tool orchestrated by members of the New Patriotic Party (NPP).

According to Lawyer Agalga, the allegations were intended to create fear and panic among NDC supporters, especially in the run-up to the elections.

Lawyer Agalga went further to state that no genuine NDC member in Builsa North has openly voiced such intentions or grievances.

He framed the situation as a calculated move by the NPP to undermine the unity within the NDC constituency and sow seeds of doubt among voters.

The Regional Women Organizer for the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Madam Fawzia Yakubu, at the health walk, however, cautioned those members to desist from such a planned strategy, as their Member of Parliament, Lawyer James Agalga, is a national asset for the party.

She emphasized that voting skirts and blouses will affect them and the party after the 2024 election, hence they should desist from such thoughts.

Source:A1Radioonline.Com|101.1MHZ|Moses Apiah|Bolgatanga|

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