NPP National Organizer, Others Tour Volta

NPP National Organiser, Sammi Awuku and his entourage interacting with some party supporters NPP National Organiser, Sammi Awuku and his entourage interacting with some party supporters

The National Organizer of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) has toured parts of the Volta Region to monitor the ongoing voters' registration exercise.

Sammi Awuku, was in the region together with Deputy Minister for Youth and Sports, Perry Kwabla Okudzeto, the NPP UK Organizer, Kwame Boateng and Deputy NPP Director of Communications, Kofi Agyepong.

They had joined the NPP Volta Regional Chairman, Makafui Woanya and other regional executives of the party to visit the various border towns and registration centers within the region.

Mr Awuku, disclosed this in a post on the NPP National Organizer's Facebook page on Sunday.

"Our visit took us to Ho Central, through to Ho West, Afadzato, Kpando, North Dayi and South Dayi. We used the opportunity to also engage the various communities on the need to observe the various safety protocols as we continue to contain and defeat the Deadly Novel Coronavirus", the post said.

It comes after a similar tour of parts of the Central Regio,n where he went to monitor the voter registration exercise in Awutu Senya East (Kasoa), Efutu, Cape Coast and other parts of the Central Region, and expressed appreciation to the party's Parliamentary Candidates, Party Executives and Agents for their resilience and vigilance so far.

In the Volta, Mr Awuku, described "their resilience and determination as simply admirable".

"Kudos to our Party leadership in the Region and the various constituencies for their extraordinary performance in ensuring that only qualified Ghanaians who have attained the age of eighteen and above get registered", he stated.

He disclosed that "at some centers we were bold to state the NPP position that "We Want fairness to prevail and won't compromise on our resolve to ensure we have a credible voter register".

He added that "we were also clear that we won't countenance any form of intimidation on our Agents and executives anywhere across the country as they go about their lawful duties".

Source: theheraldghana.com