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NPP, NDC parliamentary candidates for Nabdam engage in debate of visibility to constituents

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With the December 7 general elections approaching, parliamentary candidates in the Nabdam constituency are engaged in a spirited debate over their visibility and accessibility to constituents.

The New Patriotic Party candidate, Charles Taleog Ndanbon, and the National Democratic Congress incumbent MP, Dr. Mark Kurt Nawaane are trying to convince voters that they are the best choice to represent Nabdam in Parliament, with visibility emerging as a key battleground in the contest.

The issue of visibility has become a point of contention between the two candidates, with each side attempting to portray themselves as the more accessible representative for the constituency.

Charles Taleog Ndanbon, the NPP candidate, has accused Dr. Mark Kurt Nawaane of being absent and inaccessible to constituents, alleging that the incumbent MP spends considerable time outside the constituency.

“Nawaane doesn’t visit home. He only visits home when there is an occasion but I am always at home. I call myself the homeboy. So, I think I am visible. The constituents should vote for me because they can easily approach and have access to me. I am a unifier and I am always with them”, he stated.

In response, Dr. Mark Kurt Nawaane has defended his record of constituency engagement, refuting claims of inaccessibility and asserting his consistent presence in Nabdam.

“Nabdam people have always known me and that is why I was able to come with one touch, remove his senior brother, Hon. Gambila. If I was not on the ground, how could I have removed a former regional minister who was the Member of Parliament for Nabdam?”
Dr. Nawaane argues that Mr. Ndanbon who resides in Bolgatanga – a different constituency instead of the Nabdam constituency undermines his credibility to criticize him.

“Now that he is a candidate, I have seen that he is roaming a lot in the constituency. I am in Accra as a Member of Parliament and doing the work of Nabdam in Accra but I do come home a lot. One good thing about me is that, when I come home, I stay in the constituency. The truth of the matter is that he stays in Bolga and I come [home] to stay in Kongo which is part of the constituency. So, we will see whether the person who sleeps and Bolga and the one who sleeps at Kongo in the Nabdam constituency, who is the grassroots man”, Dr. Nawaane stated.

Source: A1Radioonline.com101.1Mhz|Joshua Asaah|Ghana

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