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NDC Aspiring Candidate for Dome Kwabenya Vows to Unseat NPP in 2024 Parliamentary Elections

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Faustina Elikplim Akurugu, an aspiring parliamentary candidate for the National Democratic Congress (NDC) in the Dome Kwabenya constituency, has vowed to capture the parliamentary seat from the New Patriotic Party (NPP) in the 2024 general election.

In her view, Dome Kwabenya is not an NPP stronghold, and that the NDC could turn the political tide in the constituency if they work together. She expressed her concerns over the lack of job opportunities in the area, promising to support the youth with employment possibilities.

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Faustina Elikplim Akurugu exclusively told Original TV in Accra that, “Creating job opportunities and improving the lives of Dome-Kwabenya citizens is my agenda as a lawmaker.” She also emphasized the need for a competent leader with a strong background to challenge the NPP in the upcoming election.

According to her, the Dome Kwabenya constituency had suffered from a lack of development despite several years of NPP rule, and it was time for a change to promote growth in the area.

However, there have been mixed reactions from constituents about the performance of the current Member of Parliament (MP). Some believe that the MP has failed, while others view his performance as satisfactory.

Faustina Elikplim Akurugu’s commitment to creating jobs and improving the lives of Dome-Kwabenya citizens is commendable. With her experience and determination, she could be the change that the constituency needs. However, it remains to be seen whether the people of Dome Kwabenya will support her bid for parliament in the 2024 general election.

For the most part, the lack of job opportunities and underdevelopment in the constituency needs to be addressed urgently. The NDC and NPP need to prioritize the welfare of the constituents above their political interests, and work together to develop the area. It is essential to find a balance between party politics and the welfare of the people.

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