Former constituency chairman and former NDC parliamentary aspirant Mr Simon Azimbe Aruk, has called on party leaders, polling stations executives and party members in Binduri District of the Upper East Region to vote out President Akufo-Addo government.
He calls on Ghanaians to vote back former President John Dramani Mahama and the incumbent Member of Parliament for the area, Hon Dr Robert Baba Kuganab-lem to continue with the good works.
Mr Aruk said this at the inauguration of the opposition NDC campaign team in the constituency.
Addressing hundreds of polling stations Executives, Binduri Action Youth Association and party elders, Mr Simon Azimbe Aruk noted that the Akufo-Addo government has failed flat. "The one constituency one million dollars can't be accessed, one village one dam has turned to one village one pothole and only few of their so called one village one dam are found."
Mr Aruk assured the members of a resounding victory.
He charges the party members to bury their personal differences and unite for victory in the December polls.
Mr Simon Azimbe Aruk however, debunked claims that he was no more an NDC member. He said, he grew up with the party and will be with the NDC till he dies and leaves the party.
Dr Kuganab-lem charged voters to avoid skirt and blouse vote and by voting massively for Mr John Dramani Mahama come 7 December 7.
Former District Chief Executive Hon. Daniel Akologo Adoliba called on party supporters to bury the differences and work in unity for victory.