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Prosecute corrupt government officials;NPP council of elders encourages president-elect



The Northern Regional Council of elders of New Patriotic Party (NPP) has asked the president-elect, Nana Addo Danqua Akuffo administration to prosecute all government officials either from NPP regime or the outgoing National Democratic Congress (NDC) government who when in public office engaged in corrupt activities.

The NPP elders said even though such actions may be termed witch-hunting, using legal means to retrieving what belongs to the state was the best way to curb corruption in the country. According to the NPP elders, the president-elect believes in rule of law and will made the law to work to the fullest.

Alhaji Mumni Musah, popularly called Alhaji Mima, chairman of the NPP regional council of elders, stated this when he addressed newsmen at his residence to thank the electoral area coordinators, executives of regional and all the constituencies in the region for their respective roles that propel the NPP to victory in the December 7 general elections.

To sustain the prevailing peace, the elders advised the youth in the region to exercise restraint, stressing that sustaining the peace in the northern region will enable  the incoming government to implement its good policies and programs to the benefit of every citizen.

Coming in for praise was the indefatigable regional chairman, Mr. Abdul Fatawu Daniel Bugri Naabu and all the parliamentary candidates and parliamentarians elect for their resilience and hard work that led to the party’s overwhelming victory.

Alhaji Mima said the plan adapted by national and regional campaign teams to market the party to Ghanaians was a clear manifestation that the NPP was adequately prepared to win power to better develop Ghana.

It was the hope of the elders that the Nana Addo led administration will bring socio-economic infrastructure to the people of Ghana, Alhaji Mima said.

He reiterated the NPP’s commitment to fulfill its campaign promise of one village-one dam and one district-one factory promise, restoration of allowance for teacher trainees and nurses to help provide jobs for unemployed youth.

With the elections now in the rear-view mirror, Alhaji Mima reminded the people in the region that everyone’s bitterness must be put aside for the interest of development.

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