Nana Ama Ampomah, the Ashanti Regional Women’s Organiser for the New Patriotic Party (NPP) has charged polling station as well as constituency women organizers to use their attitudes to win people over to the party.
Addressing the Women’s wing at Tafo constituency at the Methodist Church on Friday, 30th of December, 2022 at an orientation meeting, the Ashanti Women’s leader reminded them that their mandates enjoin them to win more people into the fold of NPP.
This, she noted could be possible if they exemplified good attitudes and behaviours every where they go.
“As women, God has given us the potentials to draw people to ourselves and if we decide to display good attitudes we are sure to win to the NPP more people so that our work in 2024 could become easier as we aim at a third straight victory in the General elections”, Nana AMA stated.
The Women’s Organiser cautioned the wing against bickering and unnecessary quarrels.
These things, she noted are attitudes that would set the wing back and cause them to get divided.
She urged them to settle their differences amicably and within themselves and move on with a united front since what binds them together was more important than pettiness.
“Our focus must be on the 2024 elections and as we display Godly attitudes and sober behaviours we are sure to move with unity and win more to our fold to defeat any opposition in 2024 as we seek to break the 8 year governing cycle”, the Women’s Organiser charged.
CONSTITUENCY WOMEN’S ORGANISER:
Madam Akua Afriyie, Tafo Women’s Organiser of the NPP commended the efforts of the regional Women’s Organiser for helping her to put together the one day workshop and orientation.
The intention, she revealed was to sharpen their skills and get a new orientation to campaign for the party as it prepares for the 2024 elections.
She urged the women to imbibe in themselves selfless attitudes so that they could reach out to others outside the party to become members and ensure the party gets enough numbers to win the 204 elections.
Present at the meeting were various Queen mothers in the constituency and others from neighbouring communities as well as some women organizers from other constituencies.
Also present was the Member of Parliament for the area, Hon Ekow Vincent Assifuah, former MP aspirant, Carol Serwaah and some of the constituency executives as well as members.