Former Member of Parliament for Builsa North Agnes Asangalisa Chigabatia has revealed, that the Microfinance and Small Loans Centre (MASLOC) and Metropolitan, Municipal, and District Chief Executives (MMDCEs), contributed to the party’s massive defeat in the Upper East Region
Upper East Region, is one of the many regions that witnessed what many have described as humiliating defeat in the just ended December 7, elections despite government policies
Speaking in an exclusive interview with Apexnewsgh.com, the veteran politician was specific to mention MASLOC as one of the leading causes of the party defeat in the region, women who applied for the loan could not succeed.
“MASLOC loans is another thing that made us to lose because women applied and applied and they couldn’t make a headway and there are some of the policies we didn’t implement them well”. She siad
Madam Chigabatia, also blamed some of the MMDCEs and their constituency executives in the region for their regrettable and unfortunate attitude towards one another which had ended up affecting the party fortune. According to her, she believes the party is the cooperate entity that should have been protected.
“Some MMDCEs and their constituency executives were not talking. So, if DCEs and Constituency executives were not talking, so how do you work together for you to win? And they will be saying after all you are not the people who appointed them, let grow up in politics. So, the total cause was the DCEs, Constituency executives and Parliamentary Candidates”. She stressed
However, she thanked President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo and his able Vice Dr. Mahamadu Bawumia for the wonderful role they both played to Ghanaians during their last 4 years in office. She further appealed to party members not to start worrying Mr. President with issues appointment at this point.
“So now, we should always be thankful to God and the President Akufo Addo and his able Vice Dr. Bawumia. And now, we shouldn’t disturb the President about appointments, what do we do and we want appointments? We should allow the man to relax and know what is good for the next 4 years”. She appealed
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