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If we had at least 7 MPs, Upper East Region would develop – NPP

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The New Patriotic Party (NPP) is convinced that the National Democratic Congress has taken people of the Upper East Region for granted. The NPP insists that because of the votes the NDC is able to garner in the region, the NDC is lackadaisical in its approach towards development.

A member of the NPP’s Regional Communication Team, Peter Azaare, said this is evident in the way Members of Parliament, particularly those on the NDC side, treat their constituents.

Mr. Azaare contended that if the NPP were able to secure at least half of the available seats in the region, the region would be better off.

“The NPP has been doing far better than the NDC though we don’t have the MPs. If we had had half of what the NDC has, if we get at least 7 MPs, we would see how this region would be transformed. Look at the NDC, everywhere they win, even in the cities, when they win parliamentary seats, what do they do for the area? When they are in government, they take the people for granted.”

Ahead of the 2024 general election, the NPP hopes to increase the number of seats it has in the region. Currently, there is only one MP who serves on the ticket of the NPP, Abdulai Abanga, MP for Binduri.

Source: A1Radioonline.com|101.1MHz|Mark Kwasi Ahumah Smith|Ghana

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