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Dr. Abdullah Abdullah to the people of Badghis: “With your support, we will bring prosperity and improvement to this province”

Tens of thousands of people in Badghis province warmly welcomed Dr. Abdullah yesterday.  He is the first candidate to visit Badghis province and to explain his programs and goals has he envisioned for the future government. He started by telling them that in the past decade there has not been much consideration and attention to their problems and this administration has failed to deliver any services.

Dr. Abdullah promised the inhabitants of Badghis province that as soon as his government comes to power and starts implement its programs, he will connect Badghis to the national grid in order for it to have electricity and energy like other provinces.

In addition, he stated that there will be more concentration towards improving higher education here and constructing dams in order to facilitate growth and development.

Mohammad Mohaqeq, the second running-mate of Dr. Abdullah, requested the people of Badghis to vote for Dr. Abdullah and to encourage one another to vote for the winning team.


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