NPP welcomes over 120 former NDC members in the North East Region

NPP welcomes over 120 former NDC members in the North East Region

- 120 members of the NDC in the Bugya Pala community in the Walewale Constituency have defected to the NPP

- According to them, the move was as a result of the good developmental projects that the New Patriotic Party was executing in the constituency

- The Deputy Regional Secretary of the NPP in the North East Region, said it all started when Chief Paabobadana had a dream to move his family from the NDC to the NPP

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Information reaching YEN.com.gh indicates that about 120 members of the National Democratic Congress in the Bugya Pala community in the Walewale Constituency have defected to the New Patriotic Party

In a statement, the Deputy Regional Secretary of the NPP in the North East Region, Ibrahim Yamusah said the move was as a result of the good developmental projects that the New Patriotic Party was executing in the constituency.

He added that it all started when Chief Paabobadana had a dream to move his family from the NDC to the NPP.

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According to the statement, Chief Paabobadana said there is no way he will retreat to the vindictive and wicked party that drailed them so long in poverty and darkness.

The spokesperson of the defectors said the massive development within the three (3)years of Akufo-Addo led administration was very promising.

Seidu Jabuni Francis said the ruling government has done far better than the NDC administration especially the numerous social interventions like the NABCO, forestry, and the Free SHS.

He added that the Walewale to Bugyia Pala road was created by his former president Kuffour.

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In other news, the Chairman of the People’s National Convention (PNC), Bernard Mornah has revealed that he is ready to exchange his life for the truth instead of apologise for whatever he said.

He said if that's what the Criminal Investigations Department (CID) of the Ghana Police Service wants, then he is ready to give it.

“We’ll beat and kill each other” should confusion arise at any voter ID card registration centre during the Electoral Commission’s forthcoming exercise to compile a new register," he earlier said.

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