The newly elected regional minister for the Upper East Region, Hon. Albert Abongo, has called for unity among the rank and file of the party members and supporters when he arrived to resume work as the region.
“The party cannot win November 2016 polls without unity. If we cannot unite, we should forget winning the 2016 elections. If we cannot settle our differences, we better forget winning the election. I plead that this time round if we put Mr. A there, and you want Mr. B, for the sake of the party, do vote for Mr. A. Even to members from the other political parties we love” he said, in addressing the party supporters.
Hon. Abongo pleaded to the people of the Upper East Region to give President Mahama hundred percent votes in the region come November’s polls, plus the needed support to bring development to the region.
He also promised the people of Upper East Region that all roads in the region will be fixed within Bolgatanga and its environs.
“The youth should be hard working, master courage, and be very tolerant because sooner than later, all problems confronting our lives will soon be over.”
Meanwhile the out gone Regional minister Hon. James Zoogah Tiigah said, NDC is a very strong democratic party and there is no challenger.
“Our party is very strong and united, we don’t kill each other, we don’t pour acid on our leaders, we don’t just sack of our party executives, and we are not a divided house but a full strong house,” he said.
He told the party supporters to work hard and make sure to the win the entire eight constituencies in the region, both for the parliamentary seats and the presidency as well.
By: James Adombire Bolgatanga.