The Bole- Bamboi Constituency Office of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) has congratulated Madam Veronica Alele Heming, the President’s nominee for the position of the Bole District Chief Executive.
The Constituency Executives conveyed the office’s congratulations to Madam Veronica on Sunday September 26,2021, when the renominated DCE met with the executives of the party.
They therefore urged all Assembly Members of the Bole District Assembly to confirm the nominee to enable her proceed with her work in earnest.
They also assured Madam Veronica of their “unalloyed support in his quest to develop the constituency and the NPP”.
According to a press release issued by Mr Sulemana Abdul Kadir, Communications Director for the constituency said Madam Alele in her opening remarks said she was very glad seeing herself sitting with her Constituency Executives and said alot has happened in the past and this was the time to bury the hatchet so that they can work together to achieve a common goal in the party and the Constituency as a whole.
She added that her doors are wide open for every discussion, suggestions and criticisms because these are things that will help her do the job Properly when the Honourable Assembly House give her the opportunity to lead again.
The Constituency Chairman, Chairman Zakaria seized that opportunity on behalf of the rest of the executives to Congratulate the DCE nominee Madam Veronica Alele and thanked her for calling on them at this time, according to the press statement.
Mr. Sulemana Zakaria said they will work very had as a team to support her on her course to victory. He also assured her all Constituency Executives will come together and work hard to ensure 100% Votes during the Assembly sitting,the press statement added.
According to Mr Sulemana Zakaria they are more than ready to work with her when she is confirmed by the August house for the better of the party and District.
Madam Veronica Alele Heming was among the 260 names released as nominees for the various District Assemblies on Sunday by Mr Dan Botwe, the Minster of Local Government and Rural Development.