New patriotic party [NPP], parliamentary candidate for the Builsa south constituency in the Upper East Region has vowed to unseat the outspoken incumbent Member of Parliament for the area, Hon Clement Apaak in the 2020 elections.

Hon. Daniel Gariba who touted his political experience and his achievement as a District Chief Executive for the area, noted that the elephant party in the Builsa South is so united and posed to oust the incumbent Member of Parliament.

He noted that Mr Apaak has failed the good people of the Builsa south and for which reason he should be replace with a workaholic like him [Daniel Gariba].

Hon. Gariba expressed his happiness over the peaceful and rancor free manner in which the primaries went. He called on all to give in their best ahead of 2020. He congratulated his contender and his supporters for equally exhibiting maturity prior to the elections. “I am happy, we have come out of this elections stronger and united than before”.

“Come 2020, we are taking over the seat from Mr Apaak. He should handover to us. He has failed the people of Builsa South and as Such he has no reason seeking another term”. Hon Gariba stated.

Ahead of the primaries, constituency communications officer, Thomas Achanga told THE HERALD that the practice where the party has been changing parliamentary candidates, negatively affects the party’s parliamentary fortunes.

Mr Achanga was quick to add that Hon. Gariba has done so well as a DCE and as such stand a greater chance of defeating Hon. Clement Apaak come 2020. He bemoaned that deficiency of resources and mobilization the constituency has suffered for some time now, as a setback as far as taking over the parliamentary seat is concern.  

Hon. Gariba garnered 258 votes to beat his only contender, Mr Thomas Kwasi Adama who bagged 50 votes.

The NPP is yet to win the Builsa South parliamentary seat since the inception of the 1992 republican constitution.

Abugri Sumaila Haruna—Fumbisi.

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