Maame Efua Sekyi-Aidoo Urges NDC Branch Women Organizers To Play The Role Of Servant Leaders In Their Communities

Maame Efua Sekyi-Aidoo, Deputy National Women Organizer of  NDC Maame Efua Sekyi-Aidoo, Deputy National Women Organizer of NDC

The Deputy National Women Organizer of the opposition National Democratic Congress, Maame Efua Sekyi-Aidoo, has tasked the Branch Women Organizers of the party to play the role of servant leaders in their communities in order to woo more members for the party.

Maame Efua, who was speaking at a meeting with the Branch Executives (Women) of the Ablekuma South Constituency on Thursday, as a catalyst to the NDC Branch Reorganization programme, opined, "Branch Executives are like the factory workers without which there can be no production. As such, the best way to produce within the factory of politics is to serve the people".

According to the Deputy National Women Organizer, serving people require sharing power and resources no matter how little they are. She inter alia, urged the branch executives to share their time with the members by visiting those that needed to be visited and offer a helping hand to members of their communities regardless of their political affiliations.

Also at the programme were the Greater Accra Regional Women Organizer and her deputies, Madam Felicia Mekpoi Bortey, Jessica Patience Braimah and Alimatu M. Issah, respectively as well as the Member of parliament for the Constituency, Alfred Okoe Vanderpuije and his contender in the last NDC Parliamentary Primaries, Mr Ephraim Nii Tan Sackey.

The Constituency Chairman, Geofrey Banini Attakli, the Constituency Women Organizer and her deputy, Mrs. Sylvia NaaAbia Cato and Mrs. Doris Anyomi were the host.

Madam Felicia Mekpoi admonished the constituents to use social media positively to project the party instead of using it to attack party leaders.

Maame Efua is expected to meet other constituencies in the coming weeks to whip up interest in the NDC Branch Reorganization program nationwide.