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NDC receives 16 new laptops from businessman in Upper East Region

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The National Democratic Congress (NDC) in the Upper East Region has received 16 new laptop computers from a businessman and member of the party’s communications team, Dr. Nicholas Naani-Zangina. The donation is aimed at supporting the party’s activities ahead of the December 7th election.

While presenting the laptop computers to the regional executives at the party’s regional office in Zuarungu, Dr. Naani-Zangina expressed his commitment to supporting the party’s efforts to win the upcoming general election.

According to Dr. Naani-Zangina, as much as the NDC is preparing to wrestle power from the governing NPP on December 7th this year, pulling resources together is very important, hence his decision to support the party with the laptops on his own behalf.

“Elections cannot be won without team resources and physical resources. As far as team resources are concerned, I know my party has capable men and women who can advance the course of the party’s activities. But when it comes to logistics, that is where we are constrained in a way. So, the onus is on any individual, be you a fanatic of the party or a party member, to as a matter of agency contribute in any small way by providing logistics in that regard. So it is based on this ideology that I procured the 16 laptops for the party in the region,” He said.

The regional chairman of the NDC, Alhaji Abdulai Mumumi Bolnaba, who received the laptops on behalf of the party, expressed gratitude to Dr. Naani-Zangina for his generosity. Alhaji Bolnaba emphasized the importance of technology in modern political campaigns and expressed confidence that the laptops would enhance the party’s organizational capacity and ability to reach out to voters. He also called on others to emulate the same.

Source: A1Radioonline.Com|101.1MHZ|David Azure|Bolgatanga|

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