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Politics of Monday, 25 January 2016

Source: GNA

Damongo NPP receives motorbikes

Mr Abas Azumah, a business man, has donated four motorbikes to the executives of the Damongo and Daboya Constituencies of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) to aid them in their campaign activities.

Presenting the motorbikes in Damongo in the West Gonja District at the weekend, Mr Azumah said the gesture was his widow’s mite towards the party’s victory adding that the NPP was the only alternative party to salvage the plight of Ghanaians.

He said he would continue to support the party in diverse ways to ensure victory for the NPP in the 2016 general elections.

He appealed to Ghanaians especially residents of Damongo and Daboya to vote massively for the NPP in the impending elections saying “the National Democratic Congress (NDC) has failed Ghanaians for the past seven years and NPP is the best alternative for the country from its current economic doldrums”.

Mr Daniel Bugre Naabu, Northern Regional Chairman of the NPP, who received the motorbikes, commended Mr Azumah for demonstrating a high sense of responsibility and appealed to all well-wishers of the party to assist the party in whatever capacity to help NPP wrestle power from the NDC.

He said the Damongo and Daboya seats had always been safe for the NPP but luck eluded them in the 2008 and 2012 elections saying “this is the President’s land but NPP will win these seats in this year’s elections”.

Mr Naabu said due to the unpopular policies of the NDC, the President had not been able to execute any meaningful development project in the area though he was born there and appealed to the people to show him the exit.

He said instead of the President dancing towards victory, he has started dancing backwards, which was a mark of total failure in governance.

Dr Clifford Abdalla Braimah, a member of the NPP Campaign Team in the Northern Region, appealed to supporters of the party to remain united and fight for a common agenda towards victory.

Mr Albert Karim Diwura, Parliamentary Candidate of the NPP for the Damongo Constituency, appealed to people in the area to come out in their numbers to support the party to victory since the signs of victory were very clear.

He assured the people of better standards of living if NPP wins power.