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NPP won’t smuggle corn-mills to Togo for votes – Sodoke-Amuzu

Mon, 28 Nov 2016 Source: Kasapa FM

The Akatsi North New Patriotic Party’s (NPP) parliamentary candidate, Dr Prince Sodoke-Amuzu has appealed to the electorate to vote the party to power on December 7 for massive socio-economic transformation and development of the area.

According to Dr Sodoke-Amuzu, the NPP could boast of the best of human resources for effecting the kinds of development that the people of Ghana need, and stated, “The NPP has the right human resource base, good dreams and ideas that we can rely upon to build Ghana and Akatsi North within the shortest possible time if you elect us on December 7.”

The NPP parliamentary aspirant, in a speech delivered at a campaign rally at Ave-Afiadenyigba, said the Nana Akufo-Addo-led NPP government would not condone acts of wrong-doing and that they will do all within their means to ensure that the resources of the people are used for the purposes for which they will be provided.

“I find it difficult to understand why the Mahama-led NDC administration only takes delight in misusing our resources. There is no sense in smuggling cutlasses, fertilisers, pesticides, cloths, corn-mills and things branded in NDC colours to Togo for illegal votes when our people here are crying for these things. I was shocked to see how roads like the one from Posmonu to Edzi (in Togo) has been done nicely when the people of Kpegbadza, Agormor, Avega, Zemu, Nyitawuta, Glime, Metsrikasa, Bame, Wuata, Havi, Dzadzepe, Hevi, Atiglime, Fiave-Sanyi and even Afiadenyigba here badly need good roads and drains. There are genuine means to use in fostering good bilateral relations with our neigbouring countries other than smuggling the few resources that we have here to use in developing ourselves for votes in someone’s country. It is not just wrong but also unfair and criminal”, he said.

He was of the firm belief that his party would win the impending elections, and urged the electorate to contribute to the victory so that, “We can all join the victory party and be proud to move to President Akufo-Addo and the NPP government for our lion share of the national cake. I know you, you also know me and I trust that you will make me proud by voting massively for me and Nana Akufo-Addo”.

Dr Prince Sodoke-Amuzu holds a Doctor of Medical Laboratory Sciences from the University of Development Studies in Tamale.

BY: Kafui Datsomor, Ave-Afiadenyigba (V/R)

Source: Kasapa FM

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