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NPP National Organizer hails Buffer Stock CEO as a New Dawn for Pusiga constituency

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The National Organizer of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Henry Nana Boakye, has lauded Alhaji Hanan Abdul-Wahab Aludiba, the NPP parliamentary candidate for the Pusiga constituency, as a beacon of development and unity.

Nana B, as he is widely called, emphasized that Alhaji Aludiba’s candidacy represents a new dawn and a new spirit for the people of Pusiga. He described the NPP parliamentary candidate for the Pusiga constituency, who is the CEO of the National Food Buffer Stock Company (NAFCO), as a development-oriented leader dedicated to youth empowerment and community unity.

“There is a new dawn in Pusiga, there is a new spirit in Pusiga, there is a man for development in Pusiga, there is a man of unity in Pusiga, there is a man for youth developmental orientation for Pusiga,” he stated.

The NPP National Organizer said this in Pusiga during the commissioning of an astroturf constructed by Mr. Aludiba with funding from the Ghana National Gas Company Limited. He urged the people of Pusiga to vote massively for Mr. Aludiba in the December elections for more development in the constituency. He assured the people of Pusiga that the Buffer Stock CEO is hardworking, compassionate, and willing to listen to the constituents.

“I call on the people of Pusiga to rally behind Mr. Aludiba. His leadership will bring much-needed development and progress to our community,” Nana Boakye stated. The commissioning was attended by the Minister for Youth and Sports, Mustapha Ussif, Deputy Transport Minister, Hassan Tampuli, Upper East Regional NPP Chairman, Lawyer Anthony Namoo, former Ghanaian football stars Stephen Appiah, Laryea Kingston, John Paintsil, Emmanuel Agyemang Badu, chiefs, and religious leaders.

Source: A1Radioonline.com|101.1MHz|Ghana|Joshua Asaah|Pusiga

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