Napaga Tia Sulemana donates 10 motor bikes to boost campaign activities in Nantong constituency
As the 2020 general elections are fast approaching, political parties are doing all they can to make sure their executives as well as members of their campaign team get means of transport for their campaign activities.
In view of this, Napaga Tia Sulemana a Presidential staffer and a member of the NPP Northern Regional Campaign team donated 10 motor bikes and a public address system to the Member of Parliament for Nanton Constituency Alhaji Hardi Tuferu to boost his campaign activities going into 2020 polls.
The motor bikes were given to the Northern Regional Chairman of the NPP Adam Bantima Samba to be handed over to the Member of Parliament to aid party activities in the constituency to enable the party retain the seat.
The presentation was made at the Nantong District Assembly on Monday 12th October 2020. In an interview with saganitvonline.com, Napaga Tia Suleman reiterated the party’s readiness to retain power come 7th December.
She also charged supporters of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) to highlight the party’s achievement in their campaigns in other to win the hearts of floating voters.
Northern regional chairman of the NPP Adam Bantima Samba who received the motor bikes on behalf of the Nantong MP said, the PC has achieve a lot for NPP and his constituency for the past 3 and half years and therefore urged them to retain him come December 7th to bring more development to the Nantong constituency.
He also used the occasion to appeal to party financiers not to relent on their effort in supporting the party. According to him, his agenda to win 15 seats for the NPP in northern region is still on course.
Addressing party faithfuls, the Member of Parliament for Nanton constituency Alhaji Hardi Tuferu disclosed that, a vote for his opponent has a tendency to retard development in the constituency. He also believe that, the gesture would go a long way to assist his campaign team going into the elections.
Source: Abdul Rahaman Alhassan