Politics Wed, 2 Nov 2016

Gov't to provide infrastructural development for Tinbung, Zangbalung - Veep

Vice President kwesi Amissah–Arthur has assured the chiefs and people of Tinbung and Zangbalung towns in the Kumbungu Traditional Area that government would continue to provide infrastructural development for the area.

Vice President Kwesi Amissah-Arthur believes his boss President John Mahama has exceled in office and deserves a second term to cap his success.

He made the statement when he called on the two separate chiefs in Tinbung and Zangbalung towns in the Kumbungu traditional Area, to interact,share ideas and also introduce the NDC Parliamentary candidate for the Kunbungu Constituency Hon Ras Mubarak to them as a candidate of substance.

He said Mahama has always had the wellbeing of Ghanaians at heart and will work tirelessly to keep transforming lives under the ‘Better Ghana Agenda.’

“In President John Mahama, we have a leader who is working in the interest of our generation and future generations,” the Vice President said

Vice President Kwesi Amissah Arthur said as part of He said his coming to the palace was to seek his blessings as he enters his area to campaign as a sign of respect.

Vice President Amissah-Arthur said tolerant of dissenting views, peaceful and accommodating nature of President Mahama has made the NDC more united than ever before.

He said it is in the same manner that he has been able to keep Ghana united, stable and peaceful. These according to the Vice President are key and they will continue to be for Ghana’s development.

He said development is a systematic process and government has to ensure that every part of the country gets part of the national cake.

On his part Chief Alhassan Issahaku Amadu, Chief of Zangbalung, t Mahama for the numerous infrastructural developments in the area. And knows what the NDC has done for the area so they can be assured of their support because the party knows his people and his people also knows the party.

The visit on day one took him to Kumbungu, then day two Bunkpurugu/ Yunyoo, then Nalerigu, Savelugu and Tamale.
Source: Maxwell Okamafo Addo
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