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Chiana-Paga: NDC’s Alamzy says Robert Aloo poses insignificant challenge as 2024 election nears

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The Parliamentary Candidate (PC) for the National Democratic Congress (NDC) in the Chiana-Paga constituency, Nikyema Billa Alamzy, has expressed confidence in his ability to win the parliamentary election by an 80 percent margin.

Mr. Alamzy parried off conversation around the possible “threat” posed by his opponent, Robert Aloo, from the New Patriotic Party (NPP).

According to him, Mr. Aloo is fighting for relevance within his own party and as such, has little strength and attention left to deal with matters directly related to the election. He explained that the NPP is a “one-man party.”

He said this when he spoke during an interview on A1 Radio.He suggested that the internal dynamics of the NPP in the area may hinder his opponent’s ability to garner substantial support for his campaign.

Mr. Alamzy said his primary goal, if elected, would be the development and growth of the Chiana-Paga constituency.

He added that he would prioritize the needs and aspirations of the constituents over personal luxuries, presenting himself as a candidate dedicated to the betterment of the local community.

The parliamentary candidate on the ticket of the opposition National Democratic Congress in the Chiana-Paga constituency, Nikyema Billa Alamzy, also accused the governing New Patriotic Party of inflating the cost of contracts being executed in his constituency.

Speaking on the Daybreak Upper East show, he cited the Paga truck park reconstructed by the Ghana Ports and Harbors Authority as one of the projects.

He said, “The current politicians that we have, if we decide to go that direction, we will not go anywhere, and we will suffer. Something that costs GH¢2, we inflate by more than a thousand percent in the name of ‘Jobs for the boys.’ I want to tell you this; after that, do your own investigations. Go to the border, the park that is not more than 600 meters by 600 meters, the ground [paving the ground] alone is costing GH¢18.5 million. When they finished, they decided to wall the place and put up toilet facilities. With that, the information I got is that the total sum of the project went up to GH¢25 million. I know that if it were a personal project, it wouldn’t be more than GH¢3 million.

Source: A1Radioonline.com|101.1Mhz|Moses Apiah|Bolgatanga|Ghana

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