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Dominic Ayine aims to build human capital as lasting legacy in Bolgatanga East

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The Member of Parliament for the Bolgatanga East constituency, Dr. Dominic Ayine, has shared his vision to develop a pool of human resources in his constituency as his legacy when he finally bows out of politics.

According to him, it will be fulfilling if every household in his constituency has a well-resourced person who will be the breadwinner of the family.

Speaking to Mark Smith on the Daybreak Upper East show, Dr. Ayine said he doesn’t want to be remembered solely for building physical infrastructure; he wants to be remembered for raising professionals such as lawyers, doctors, engineers, and many more.

“I don’t want people to remember me for the E-block, I don’t want to be remembered for the library, I don’t want them to remember me for roads. I want them to remember me in their hearts as someone who developed the human resources of the constituency. That’s why I don’t joke with paying school fees. I want to produce more Dominic Ayines in the constituency. I want to produce more lawyers. As we speak now, I’m sponsoring people to study law with my own resources. I want more doctors, I want engineers. I want every house to have a graduate who will say that, but for Ayine, I would not have, and he will be the breadwinner for that family. That is the legacy that I want to be remembered for.”

Dr. Dominic Ayine is on his third term as a Member of Parliament, representing the people of the Bolgatanga East constituency. He was a former Deputy Attorney General and Minister of Justice under the erstwhile NDC government.

Source: A1Radioonline.com|101.1Mhz|Samuel Adagom|Bolgatanga|Ghana

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