Flagbearer of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), John Dramani Mahama has been assured of the votes of the people of Awaso Asempaneye.
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The chief of the Awaso Asempaneye area, Nana Oko Twansuo III told the former president and his entourage who are on a tour of the area that, they are more than ready to vote massively for the NDC to come back into power to continue the good job they started.
According to the Omanhene, President Mahama’s tenure as president saw massive infrastructure projects and development in the Awaso Asempaneye traditional area.
He specifically mentioned the provision of a CHPS Compound for his community and the start of work on the Awaso town roads.
“Even if our thumbs are chopped off on December 7, my people and I will use our toes to vote for you to come and continue with your good works,” he said.
The chief was full of praise for former president Mahama, when he paid a courtesy call on him while on his #SpeakOut tour of the Western North Region.
On his part, John Mahama on behalf of the NDC thanked the chief for his support and kind words, as well as acknowledgement of the good job of the NDC government.
He further noted that the NDC was aware of the challenges facing Ghanaians and the people of Awaso Asempaneye.
Mahama said when given the opportunity to run the affairs of the country he will tackle the issues facing farmers in the area.
John Mahama and the NDC’s SpeakOut tour will take place in all 16 regions of the country.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that with barely two days to end nominations for the New Patriotic Party’s primaries, the General Secretary of the governing party, John Boadu says aspirants who still haven’t secured their forms can get one at the national headquarters in Accra.
Some aspirants for the NPP’s parliamentary primaries are complaining they have not been able to pick up nomination forms from their various constituencies.
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