The Deputy Communication Officer of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) for the Bole- Bamboi constituency of the Savannah Region Iddisah Tahiru omega has entreated the District Chief Executive (DCE) for Bole Madam Veronica Alele Heming and her New Patriotic Party (NPP) executives to patch up their wide differences because their continues banters will not help in ensuring that the NPP government through the party in the district fulfils its numerous promises made to the good people of Bole- Bamboi constituency.
Speaking to Bole based Nkilgi Fm, Tahiru Omega said the NDC is scandalised to hear about a fracas resulting in fiscuffs between the DCE and her Nasara Coordinator of the NPP for the Bole- Bamboi constituency Mrs Joana Adams at Damongo after a Regional Women’s conference of the NPP.
The Bole- Bamboi NDC Communication Officer said their
sources indicate Madam Joana who is a strong member of the camp of the
NPP Chairman for Bole- Bamboi constituency feel they have been abandoned
by the DCE since the NPP took power in 2017 a situation that has
resulted in several radio attacks by both factions.
“But one would have thought that at a time when Ghanaians and the people of Bole are experiencing these numerous corruption scandals and hardships under this super incompetent NPP government, the DCE and her party executives would have concerned themselves with finding initiatives and ideas aimed at bettering the lives of of the people rather than these numerous and needless quarrels as to who gets the lions share of their siphoned resources of the district with no sense of responsibility for the development of the district which is sad to say the least”, Tahiru Omega said.
“The NDC Bole Bamboi therefore urges the two factions of the NPP to for once smoke the piece pipe since their continues banters will not help in ensuring that the NPP government through the party in the district fulfils it’s numerous promises made the good people of Bole Bamboi. We also urge the two parties to as a matter urgency resolve all their differences before it gets to the media which has the potential of bringing the name of the district into disrepute”.