Founder of Danquah Institute and a member of the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP) Gabby Asare Otchere-Darko has expressed confidence in the 2020 parliamentary candidate of the party in the Gushegu constituency in the northern region, Hassan Tampuli to will bring massive development to the area if he is elected to represent the people in Parliament.
According to him, the sterling leadership of the Chief Executive Officer of the National Petroleum Authority (NPA) has performed wonders at the authority since he assumed office.
He stated the reduction of petrol prices in the country this year is because of the efficient and remarkable leadership of Hassan Tampuli.
“Can you imagine a year that petrol prices went down….? It has happened in 2020 and who is the man and the regulator of petrol prices in this country? It is him (Hassan Tampuli)”, he reminded the electorate in Gushegu.
Mr. Otchere-Darko made these remarks last Sunday at the campaign/manifesto launch of the NPP parliamentary candidate Hassan Tampuli in Gushegu.
Addressing thousands of party sympathisers, the Gushegu market square, the founder of Danquah Institute jabbed the presidential candidate of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) John Dramani Mahama for making promises he cannot fulfil.
Mr Otchere-Darko has therefore urged the people to vote against Mr. Mahama in the 2020 general election.
“As for the NDC, they promise what they cannot deliver, you remember when we talked about the Northern Development Authority John Mahama said when he had the money he would foot the bills of VRA and when he came he brought SADA and we had a very sad situation? So when they promise you anything they cannot deliver don’t believe them”, he jabbed Mahama and NDC.
Mr Otchere-Darko concluded, saying, “I trust that he can do it because he is capable and like what Madam Rita Tani Iddi said, don’t vote based on tribalism. Your tribal person to vote for is the one who would bring development to Gushegu”.
Meanwhile, the NPP MP hopeful in his 43-page manifesto for 2021 to 2024 manifesto promised to construct an Astro Turf Sports Stadia, a Community Centre, and a new Senior High School at Kpatinga to improve access to senior education in the municipality among many other infrastructure and social policy initiatives.