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Simon Awog-Badek appeals to delegates to vote for change in Builsa North Constituency

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Builsa North Parliamentary Candidate hopeful Simon Awog-Badek has appealed to National Democratic Congress (NDC) Party delegates to vote for him to bring about change in the constituency. He believes that the progress and development of Buluk depend on the decision delegates make on May 13 during the NDC’s Presidential and Parliamentary primary elections.

Mr Awog-Badek has noted that the constituency, one of the oldest in the Upper East Region, has been left behind in terms of development. He has called on delegates to make good on the signal they have given for change, by electing him to represent the constituency. He believes that he is the right person for the job and will work hard to transform communities and benefit ordinary people in the Builsa North Constituency.

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While speaking on the side-lines of a campaign durbar of Party delegates addressed by Former President John Dramani Mahama, Mr Awog-Badek urged delegates not to be swayed by material gifts when making their decision. He stressed that the constituency has not received its fair share of the national cake over the years and called for delegates to elect him as their representative.

He expressed concern that the Sandema Hospital, a referral center for the constituency, could not provide basic services, including X-ray. Patients are forced to travel to Navrongo or Bolgatanga for such services, which is unacceptable. If elected, he plans to use his position to lobby for better health services for the constituency.

For the most part, Mr Awog-Badek’s appeal centers around his belief that he is the right candidate to represent the Builsa North Constituency. He has called for change, which he believes will transform communities and improve the lives of ordinary people. Delegates must make a wise decision on May 13, by choosing a candidate who will work hard to represent them and lobby for their needs. The election is not a matter of life and death, and Former President John Dramani Mahama has called for unity and peaceful campaigns among the aspirants.

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