Vote for me I will build you more mortuaries---Mahama to Zongo communities

Vote for me I will build you more mortuaries—Mahama to Zongo communities

Vote for me I will build you more mortuaries—Mahama to Zongo communities

The flagbearer of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), John Dramani Mahama has promised his commitment to build more mortuaries for the Zongo communities.

According to him, the move forms part of the numerous intervention programmes the NDC has planned to initiate to develop Zongos and deprived communities when it takes over the governance from the New Patriotic Party (NPP) in the 2020 general elections.

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In a media interview on Sunday in Bono, former President Mahama observed that most zongo communities lack decent mortuaries to keep corpse and expressed his preparedness to build more morgues to help preserve the dead in Zongo areas.

He noted that Zongo communities were part of other developed communities and deserved infrastructure development.

Former President Mahama urged the people in Zongos to solidly support him to gain the victory to improve their infrastructure and other needed amenities to enhance life in Zongos.

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He mentioned that he was the right candidate who thinks about the welfare of those living in Zongos and would do his best to ensure they have decent lives in the community.

Last Sunday, the NDC flagbearer ended his tour which seeks to canvass vote for the “John & Jane” in the Bono East region.

As part of the tour, he was enstooled as a Development Chief “Nkosuohene” at Apesika traditional area in Bono and was given a mandate to help develop the area once he assumes office as the president of the country.

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In his acceptance speech, ex-President Mahama lamented that the NPP administration had failed to continue his developmental project including infrastructural development he started during his tenure.

Among other things, he  promised the chiefs and people of Apesika that he would bring better developments in the traditional area and admonished them to support him to unseat the NPP government.

He also promised farmers in the region his support to address their needs, stressing that “my new administration will convert the Ministry of Food and Agriculture to Ministry of Agriculture and Agribusiness to better address your needs.”


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