Member of Parliament for Bolga East, Dr Dominic Ayine, has launched his campaign for re-election, promising to further improve the socio-economic development of the people in the constituency in his second term.
He has thus asked the people in the area to give him and the John Mahama-led National Democratic Congress a resounding victory in this year’s December 7 general elections, and not allow themselves to be deceived into voting any other party.
Dr Ayine said considering the policies and programmes introduced by the NDC, which has improved the lives of the people in the last four years, the people in his constituency will give the NDC another term to continue with the good works.
He told the party supporters that he has used part of his District Assembly Common Fund to finance many students in the area in junior high schools through second cycle institution to the tertiary level.
Dr Ayine who is also a Deputy Minister of Justice and Attorney General, urged Ghanaians to retain President Mahama to continue with the numerous infrastructural development projects he has carried out in the last four years.
He ranked President Mahama as the second best after Ghana’s first President, Dr Kwame Nkrumah when it comes to infrastructural development in the country.
Upper East Regional Minister, Albert Abongo, mentioned education, health, roads, water, electricity, schools and community library infrastructure as some of the infrastructure development executed by the NDC government.
At the campaign launch, a 12-member campaign team headed by the Dr Ayine was inaugurated and tasked to work in unison to victory for the NDC in both parliamentary and presidential elections in the area.
Simon Atubugri Atule|TV3|3news.com|Ghana