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Hassan Ayariga urges Upper East Region to embrace APC

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In a interview with A1 Radio, Dr. Hassan Ayariga, founder and presidential candidate of the All People’s Congress (APC), made a compelling case for his candidacy ahead of Ghana’s upcoming elections.

Mr. Ayariga, who hails from Bawku in the Upper East Region, emphasized the importance of support from the region in propelling the party forward.

He also urged residents to rally behind the APC for meaningful change.

Asserting his belief in being the most qualified candidate among those from Northern Ghana, Mr. Ayariga positioned himself as a formidable contender in the presidential race. He urged all qualified voters who are disillusioned with the main two parties to vote for him and his party, which he believes would disrupt the current electoral landscape, potentially leading to a runoff scenario where no candidate secures an outright majority in the first round of voting.

Highlighting his party’s commitment to addressing regional issues and promoting inclusive development across Ghana, Mr. Ayariga called for the attention and commitment of voters in the Upper East Region, stating that the region must be the party’s stronghold.

He urged voters to consider the APC as a viable alternative to the dominant parties, advocating for policies that prioritize the needs of all Ghanaians.

With the election season heating up, Mr. Ayariga continues to campaign vigorously, targeting Northern Ghana and beyond with his message of change and electoral reform. As he vies for the presidency, Mr. Ayariga’s appeal to regional pride and his vision for a stronger, more unified Ghana could resonate with voters seeking an alternative to traditional political establishments.

He also encouraged all qualified voters who are considering abstaining from voting to instead cast their ballots for him and his party.

Source: A1Radioonline.com|101.1MHz|Gifty Eyram Kudiabor|Bolgatanga

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