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Elections 2020: NPP targets 8 out of 11 Parliamentary seats in Bono East region.

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The ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) has vowed to increase its 5 out of the 11 Parliamentary seats in the Bono East region to 8 in the forthcoming December 7th Presidential and Parliamentary elections.

According to Mr. Thomas Adu-Appiah affectionately called “Tooma” Bono East regional NPP chairman, it’s incumbent on all party faithfuls to desist from complacency, intensify their campaigns and support the various Parliamentary candidates in order to achieve this target. 

He made this disclosure tF Peter Mensah donated motor bikes, gallons of fuel, megaphones and other campaign logistics to his MP and Parliamentary candidate Hon. Martin Oti Gyarko and his colleague MCE for Techiman South Hon. John Kofi Donyinah making similar donations to his PC Hon. Martin Agyei Mensah Korsah.


 For their parts, Hon. Peter Mensah DCE for Techiman North and Hon. John Kofi Donyinah MCE for Techiman who made the donations unanimously called for all hands on deck in these last moments of campaigning to win four more years for Nana Addo Dankwah Akuffo as President and sweep majority votes for all NPP parliamentary candidates.

Story By : Asta Fm’s/Myghanamedia – Nana Kwadwo Adu (Bono Region)

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