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POLITICS: "Be A Decider In 2020 Polls" - Ursula Urges Tain Constituents


Ghana's Communications Minister, Ursula Owusu-Ekuful has urged the people of Tain Constituency to be adjudicators of the 2020 polls by voting massively for the NPP.


The lawmaker on her campaign tour in the Bono Region visited the Badu Palace in the Tain constituency where she explained to the chiefs, the developmental works embarked upon by the Nana Addo led government hence seeking the blessings of the traditional rulers for the NPP to continue what it has started.


The team then met party enthusiasts and electorates at Bedidi also in the Tain Constituency.


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Mrs. Owusu-Ekuful charged the people to act as adjudicators of the 2020 polls by voting massively for the NPP (Presidency and Parliamentary).


She recounted the contributions of the Tain constituency in the 2008 runoff elections hence appealed to the people to decide for the NPP in the December polls.


However, she promised the constituents of massive developments in the NPP's second term.


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On his part, the Member of Parliament for Tain constituency, Gabriel Osei said the constituency has seen many developments under the NPP government.


These include completion of some roads, 34 Senior High Schools (SHS) benefitting from the Free SHS policy, 500 youths benefitting from the Youth-in-Afforestation program as well as 1585 youths acquiring some vocational skills.


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Story by: Joshua Kwabena Smith

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