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T.B Damba advice youth not to meddle themselves in chieftaincy issues


The second National Vice Chairman of the opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP), Alhaji T.B Damba has  advised the youth in the northern region  to eschew all forms of violence and desist from meddling themselves in  chieftaincy  issues. 
Alhaji Damba urged the youth to be more concerned about their education rather than engaging themselves in acts that has the tendency of creating anarchy and chaos especially, as the nation prepares for the up coming general elections. 
Alhaji T.B Damba gave the advice in an interview with Zaa News as part of his tour of the eastern corridor in the northern region to assess the biometric registration exercise which ended Saturday May 5, 2012.
The second national vice chairman reiterated the party’s flag bearer Nana Akofu-Addo free educational policy and urged the youth to take advantage of it, when NPP wins the 2012 elections.
He expressed worried about school drop-outs in Nanung traditional area and urged the NDC government to improve economic conditions of the people in the region. This he said would enable parents to support their wards to further their education.
He assured the youth of Nana Addo’s preparedness to implementing the free Senior High School policy. Alhaji Damba lamented about the NDC government’s failure to improve on the poor road network in the eastern corridor and asked the NDC propagandists to stop chanting on their invisible achievements. 
Alhaji Damba took the opportunity during his tour  eastern corridor held several meetings with NPP constituency executives in Yendi, Zabzugu and Bimbilla to deliberate on issues affecting the party as well as strategies on how to wrestle power in the 2012 general elections from the ruling NDC government. 
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