Mustapha Ussif, the 2020 parliamentary candidate of the governing New Patriotic Party in the Yagaba Kubori constituency, has urged members of the party in North East Region to work hard to wrest all six parliamentary seats in the area for the party in this year’s election.
Speaking at a campaign team inauguration and handing over of a new party office, constructed by him, to the Yagaba Kubori constituency, Mr Ussif, who is also the Executive Director of the National Service Scheme (NSS), admonished party members in the area to show their appreciation to the President by voting massively for the NPP.
He indicated that a massive victory for the NPP in the area will be an appreciation from the people to the President for giving them their own region, something the Mamprugu kingdom had been pursuing for several years.
The National Youth Organiser of the party, Henry Nana Boakye, urged members of the party to exhibit absolute dedication and commitment towards the work ahead, leaving no stone unturned.
“I have worked with Mustapha Ussif, as his deputy, before I became a national executive. His desire to leave a mark is unmatched. He was able to transform National Service and revived all projects within a short time in office.
“He has what it takes to be a minister, if voted as the MP in the next NPP government, to be able to continue with the wonderful work he has done so far. Give him the opportunity and you will never regret it,” Nana B, as the youth organiser is affectionately, said.
Nana B’s enskinment
The youth organizer, the NSS boss and their entourage also paid a courtesy call on Yizei Rana, Naa Balingu Iddrisu Bukari of Yizeisi Traditional Area, where Mr Boakye was enskinned as the Naachina Saha Naa (the Youth Chief of Luck) of the area.
Naa Baliugu thanked the delegation for the visit and gave them his blessings for the campaign.
He also thanked the NPP government for the numerous interventions in the community such as the provision of water, building of a three-classroom block, extension of a maternity ward and provision of a public toilet for the community.
“My people will be ungrateful if they don’t reward such a hardworking government for such projects,” the chief said.