- Advertisement -

NPP PC accuses NDC of neglecting Bongo Constituency despite its political dominance

- Advertisement -

Diana Aduko Aburiya Asuure, the New Patriotic Party (NPP) parliamentary candidate for the Bongo constituency, has accused the National Democratic Congress (NDC) of what she describes as the party’s failure to meet the developmental needs of the people of Bongo despite their consistent support.

Speaking to journalists during the inauguration of a campaign coordinating team for the 2024 elections, Madam Asuure lamented that the Bongo constituency has not seen any significant development from the NDC party, which has been winning elections in the area since 1992.

“Since 1992, the seat has always been for the NDC. But the NPP is also moving up steadily. It is not just about the dominance of the power but what has the dominance done for the people of Bongo? The dominance of the party [NDC] has not yielded any benefits for the people of Bongo, and the people of Bongo desire to get their share of the national cake, and it is because they have been so stark to giving power to the NDC, and that is why the NDC has disappointed them.”

Regardless of the neglect of the NPP by the people of Bongo for the past 32 years, Madam Asuure said the constituency continues to get its share of the national cake anytime her party is in power.

“The people of Bongo don’t give the NPP the votes, yet the NPP is committed to giving developmental projects to the constituency unlike the NDC,” she asserted.

According to the NPP parliamentary candidate for the Bongo constituency, it is time for the constituents to rethink their loyalty to the NDC and consider voting for change in the upcoming elections.

“We cannot continue to vote for a party that has not brought the desired development to our constituency. It is time for a new direction, a new vision, and new leadership,” she added.

She pledged to prioritize the needs of the constituents if elected as the Member of Parliament for Bongo. Diana Aduko Aburiya Asuure promised to work tirelessly to improve infrastructure, healthcare services, and create job opportunities for the youth.

In attendance at the inauguration of a campaign coordinating team included the constituency executives led by the Chairman, Alhaji Mustapha Akurigo, DCE of Bongo Rita Atanga, Moses Abor, former Greater Accra Regional Youth Organizer and native of Bongo, regional executives, electoral area coordinators, polling station executives, and party supporters.

Source: A1Radioonline.com|101.1Mhz|Joshua Asaah|Bongo|

- Advertisement -


- Advertisement -


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Related news

- Advertisement -