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Dindiok Kpemka confident he’ll win December 7 parliamentary election against Lydia Akanvariba

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The former Member of Parliament for the Tempane Constituency in the Upper East Region, Joseph Dindiok Kpemka, has expressed his unwavering confidence in winning the parliamentary seat in the upcoming elections.

According to him, his confidence comes from what he perceives as the abysmal performance of the current Member of Parliament, Lydia Lamisi Akanvariba.

Adding to that, the constituents have also witnessed a lackluster representation and would be yearning for a leader who can deliver on their development expectations, as he did during his tenure in 2016.

Speaking on A1 Radio, the former Deputy Attorney General explained that one of the reasons he lost the seat during the 2020 elections was influenced by emotional factors rather than a fair assessment of his performance.

He acknowledged that his opponent, Lydia Lamisi Akanvariba, at the time had faced a personal tragedy as she lost her husband, and it played out in the election.

“We all know that Ghanaians, by nature, are emotional human beings. So, when that happened, we all felt the effects. But we can now agree that this time around, electorates will be voting based on what she has been able to do for them (the constituency),” he said.

Comparing some of the development projects done by the current MP, Lawyer Kpemka asserted that he had contributed significantly to the area’s progress, particularly educational infrastructure and road networks.

He highlighted achievements in infrastructure development and the enhancement of road networks, which, according to him, were crucial factors that should have secured his re-election.

Touching on his plans for the future, Lawyer Kpemka emphasized a renewed commitment to development and promised to build on the foundation he laid during his previous term.

He therefore pledged to address the pressing needs of the Tempane Constituency and assured voters that he would prioritize their welfare and concerns.

Source: A1radioonline.com|101.1MHz|Moses Apiah|Ghana

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