The Western Regional Women Organizer of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), AbenaKwallah, has advised members of the party to be concerned about national issues.
Madam AbenaKwallah, gave this advice at the Constituency Annual Delegates Conferences held during the week at PresteaHuni-Valley, TarkwaNsuaem and Ahanta West.
She admonished the party's delegates to be circumspect in their dealings and seek unity first, as they channel out strategies and machineries in breaking the eight year circle.
She reiterated President Akufo-Addo's selflessness and commitment in making Ghana a world class business hub, in the area of infrastructure and digitalization.
The Regional Women Organizer,also emphasized on the NPP party's core mandate in making its members feel the presence of good governance in the political business space and encouraged members to react positively to welfare issues.
She later joined the Member of Parliament (MP) for TarkwaNsuaem,MirekuDuker, to officially cut a sod for the construction of a 400 meters road stretch in the TarkwaNsuaem Municipality.
AbenaKwallah, was at the conference as a representative from the Regional Executive Committee and a member to oversee to the proceedings of the conference.
The General Secretary of the party, John Boadu indicated that, in reference to Article 7(27) and Article 9(25) of the New Patriotic Party's Constitution, there shall be a constituency and regional annual delegates conferences across the length and breadth of the country.
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