Youth of the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) in the Northern region have bemoaned Dominic Nitiwul’s non-performance as the defense minister and MP for the Bimbilla Constituency.
In comparison to his counterpart Abu Jinapor, the Land and Natural Resources Minister and Member of Parliament for the Damonogo Constituency in the Savannah Region, the defense minister received poor rating in the areas of support to the party and development of his constituency.
This is contained in a report published by https://ghdominancenews.com The news portal quoted Abubakari Naporo (DJ Parara) who is the NPP Constituency Youth Organiser for Mion. In his Facebook post as reported by the news portal DJ Parara praised Lawyer Abu Jinapor for his ability to support the NPP in the Savannah Region despite serving in Parliament for only two years.
According to DJ Parara, “Lawyer Abu Jinapor has been in parliament for only two (2) years [but] has been able to find jobs and support for constituency executives with logistics to run their activities.”
In another development, youth activists in the Bimbilla Constituency expressed disappointment over the Nitiwul neglect of the NPP youth and the constituency.
They accused him of purposefully depriving the constituency of development and inflaming the chieftaincy rift to win elections. The hashtag #NoMoreDividnRule has gain popularity in Facebook post by youth activists in the Bimbilla Constituency.
The youth cited the abandoned Bimbilla Senior High School dining hall project, which was awarded to the MPs construction firm, Bead Constructions Ltd. They criticized the defense minister for failing to improve the roads in the Bimbilla Township, which only received minor repairs when Dr. Mohammed Ibn Chambas served as the MP.
The youth who raised these concerns pleaded for anonymity for fear of being victimized by the defense minister.