The former Member of Parliament (MP) for Nabdam constituency of the Upper East Region and the 2020 Party Parliamentary candidate for the governing New Patriotic Party Boniface Gambila has told Ngamegbulam Chidozie Stephen of Apexnewsgh.com that one of the reasons the NPP lost to the National Democratic Congress (NDC) in the December 7, election in the region, could also be as a result of the party avoiding those who suffered to bring the party to power.
Speaking exclusively to Apexnewgh.com on December 17, 2020, said those who oppose the party during the 2016 general election were rather considered given job opportunities whereas those who suffered to bring the party to power were avoided and sidelined even though they equally have good and better qualifications to enable them to acquire same positions.
He believes, these are some of the reasons the party lost massively in the Upper East Region which had resulted in Upper East losing the 3 seats the party already suffered for in 2016.
“You are going to create jobs, after creating the jobs, those who fought for you, you didn’t put them in the job and you end up putting those opposing you onto the jobs.
Meanwhile, those who fought for you and the party also have good qualifications, they are strong and very loyal to you and you leave them out of the jobs and those who fought because they also have qualifications even though some don’t really have better qualifications and yet because once you put one of them, he pulls the others. So, they have their various groups. These are real facts.”
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