Your excellency, greetings from the Eastern Bloc of the Upper East Region.
As party youth from the Kusaug Traditional area, we are elated and preparing feverishly to welcome you to the Kusaug kingdom.
It is gratifying to note that the many calls from groups and individuals including the following http://ghanapoliticsonline.com/fix-bawku-road-mr-president/ and many other publications has received your attention – a testament that you are indeed a listening president.
Our joy is further enhanced by the firm indications that work on the Bolga-Bawku road will commence with a sod cutting ceremony on Monday 11th July, 2016 in Tilli.
We want to assure you that, as youth of the area, we will be on hand and make our services available to the contractors to execute the project in good time.
We are rejuvenated and poised to work hard towards ensuring a sweeping victory for the NDC in the upcoming general elections.
The administration of H.E John Dramani Mahama has really brought us hope with the many infrastructural projects dotted across the length and breadth of the kingdom such as the various Community Day Senior High School projects at various stages of completion such the Sapeliga SHS, Binduri SHS and Garu SHS, the Tamme Irrigation Dam, the Garu District Hospital, the Bawku Town Water system, the massive rural Electrification Expansion projects etc
We are also glad that the Eastern Corridor Fiber Optic Cable which extends to the Bawku was successfully laid awaiting the next phase.
The chiefs and opinion leaders are indeed very optimistic of the execution of the final lot of the Eastern Corridor Road that connects Nakpanduri in the northern region to Garu-Bawku and finally to Kulunguugu in the upper east region.
This is further proof that you’re a visionary leader committed to the holistic development our dear nation.
We choose JM to develop the Upper East Region.
We are proud of you.
1. Jarvis Avoka
2. Abugri Benjamin
3. Alaam Samuel
4. Akeem Ayaaba Awudu
5. Awini Comfort
6. Akadigiba Francis Tonose
7. Nasara Francis
8. Anawini Albert
9. Assibit Nicholas
10. Ndezuri Samuel
11. Atuasi Benjamin
12. Alale Baba
13. Bukari Asaana Rahmani
14. Abubakari Ayariga
15. Awini Dramani Ransford
16. Ndeogo Prosper Ngoswini
17. Awaafo Nuhu Zakari
18. Ndebugri John
19. Akugre Thomas
20. Apabom Godwin