Ghana’s High Commissioner to Saudi Arabia and founder of Zongo for NDC, H. E Alhaji Seidu Sinare has admonished the people of Salaga to forget New Patriotic Party (NPP) because even God has rejected their flagbearer Nana Addo Dankwah Akufo-Addo.
At a rally at the Salaga lampor Park where he officially inaugurated Zongo for NDC and TEIN Executives of Kpembe Nursing and Midwifery Training College respectively, he emphasized that God rejects people who have nothing good to offer and that is the state of the NPP.
Alhaji Sinare stated that Akufo Addo’s evil thoughts for Ghana’s progress are against Allah’s teachings and the ways of the Holy Quran thus angering God. He observed that Dr. Bawumia who should know better as a Muslim is rather worsening the plight of the “short man” he added.
“Bawumia is not worthy of our trust as Muslims from Zongo communities because his NPP in eight years can’t mention anything they did for the Zongo community ” he added and called the electorates of both Salaga South and North constituencies to vote massively for the president John Dramani Mahama and his two MPs Alhaji Alhassan Mumuni and Abubakari Ibrahim Dey to secure majority in parliament.
The MP for Salaga North constituency and former DCE for East Gonja District Alhaji Alhassan Mumuni said the NDCs achievement over the last four years is enough evidence to retain them.
He disclosed that he handed over a GHC 65, bedroom retention center for the Bunjai CHPS compound to be completed by February 2017 to help improve upon the health needs of the people.
He called on the electorate not to make the mistake they made in 2000 and 2004.
‘Skirt and Blouse’ Vote Looms in Salaga South NDC
There are indications that a number of youth groups of the ruling National Democratic in the Salaga South constituency of the Northern Region, may not be voting for the incumbent Member of Parliament (MP), Ibrahim Dey.
Even though the Salaga NDC ward chairman Mr Issifu Dantawuri is averse to the stance of the youth groups, they are promising an overwhelming win for President John Draamani Mahama, but said same cannot be promised for the MP.
At an emergency meeting to address the impasse at Moshie Zongo, leaders of the groups insisted that they are only interested in the president’s victory and not Ibrahim Dey and have subsequently declared their unflinching support for an independent candidate Janda Adams Mahama and John Dramani Mahama.
According to the youth, they cannot continue to support the MP who has refused account to them any development under his eight-year stewardship and as such will vote “skirt and blouse”.
The youth have since removed posters of the incumbent MP and replaced them with that of the independent parliamentary candidate alongside president.