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NPP will win not less than 8 seats including Bongo – NPP Parliamentary Candidate for Bongo

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The Parliamentary Candidate for the New Patriotic Party (NPP) in the Bongo Constituency, Diana Aburiya Asuure, is confident that she will win the seat for the party for the first time come December 7, 2024.

She also expressed confidence that the party would secure at least eight parliamentary seats in the Upper East Region.

Speaking on the Day Break Upper East Show today, January 23, 2024, Miss Asuure said the party and the government had done enough for the people of the Upper East Region, while the NDC has relied on the past glory and efforts of the late former president, Jerry John Rawlings.

“Bongo is going to be the first seat they win. I am saying that if the NPP has a seat to count in the region, Bongo is the first seat that they need to count.”

“Do you know the Binduri story? In 2020, when we were doing our campaigns, I was part of the campaign team, and I also went around with the campaign team to organize training for constituency campaign teams. I went around and did a lot. I want to tell you that Binduri was a place that people least expected. It was not even counted as part of the constituencies that we were going to win. Those that people had hope in, it didn’t work that way.”

“We are not going to get less than 8 seats,” she said.

Meanwhile, Diana Aburiya Asuure, has appealed to constituents to give her the nod to lead the constituency as the December 7, 2024, parliamentary election approaches.

Miss Asuure, speaking on the Day Break Upper East Show today, January 23, 2024, hopes to become a champion for women and youth once she is voted into office. She argues that since women constitute a larger population in the country and in the Bongo constituency, there should be increased women’s representation at the decision-making level to influence decisions that support the growth and prosperity of women and young people.

“If you look at women in the country and the world, the population is larger. In the Bongo district, particularly, it is evident that women outnumber men. Once women constitute a majority, decisions about women should at least have the input of women. If you have a larger population whose fate would be decided by a minority group, I think it doesn’t speak well.”

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

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