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I’ve always brought development to Talensi – Robert Alibo

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The Parliamentary Candidate for the New Patriotic Party (NPP) in the Talensi constituency, Robert Alibo, is confident he would win the December 7 polls because of his contributions towards development.

In a recent interview on the Daybreak Upper East Show, Mr. Alibo recounted instances when he had used his influence in the positions he has occupied within the not-for-profit organizations he has worked for to bring key projects and programs to the area.

“The people of Talensi should measure me by that consistency. I have not just come to say I want to be a Parliamentarian. I have been around supporting the development in Talensi. That is the same desire and motivation I bring to the agenda,” he said.

The Parliamentary Candidate recounted his time with World Vision, his work in institutionalizing and expanding the Vision Fund, and the immense contribution the Fund has provided to residents of Talensi. Still, while with World Vision, Mr. Alibo moved into physical development, a space he explained he used to help develop the area, particularly recounting how a community in Talensi, Buing, got its first borehole.

He also spoke about his time with USAID and the development he was able to bring to Talensi.

“If on my own, the work that I do, per my qualification, I make sure I bring back something to Talensi, if Talensis challenge me with the Parliamentary nod, then I would be challenged to do more because I would be doing that full-time,” he said.

Robert Ayinenaba Alibo beat the current District Chief Executive (DCE), Thomas Duanab Wuni Pearson, and the Deputy Chief Executive Officer for the Northern Development Authority, Williams Zoogah, to become the Parliamentary Candidate for the party.

Mr. Alibo emerged as the winner with 235 votes, while Thomas Duanab Wuni garnered 196 votes, and the Deputy CEO of NDA, Mr. Zoogah, managed to secure 82 votes.

Source: A1Radioonline.Com|101.1MHZ|Mark Kwasi Ahumah Smith|Bolgatanga|

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