NPP Loyal Ladies launches WN/R chapter

The New Patriotic Party (NPP) Loyal Ladies, a female group that believes in the ideals of the party has held its regional conference at Sefwi-Wiawso to officially launch the Western North chapter.

The conference brought together all the members from the nine constituencies and the members of the Tertiary Students Confederacy (TESCON) of the NPP to share ideas and map up strategies on how to work as a team to ensure victory for the party in the next elections. 

Addressing the group, Nana Appiah Ampofo, founder of the Loyal Ladies, commended the group for their role in the party’s electoral victory in 2016 and urged them to work extra hard to ensure a resounding victory for the party in 2020.

He tasked the ladies to help explain the good policies, programmes and interventions of the government such as the free Senior High School, the Planting for Food and Jobs, the decentralising of the scholarship scheme, One Village One Dam, $1One Constituency and One District One factory among others to the electorate to enable the party to win the next elections “one touch”.

 Eric Tandoh, First Vice Regional Chairman of the party, said the regional secretariat would support and assist the activities of the ladies to enable them to reach out to many women in the region to enhance the party’s chances in 2020 which must not be taken for granted because the party is in power.

Nana Yaa Appiah, Western North Regional captain of the ladies, assured that she and her group would intensify their campaign activities by adopting a house to house approach, to explain to the citizenry, the good policies, programmes and interventions of the government until another resounding victory is achieved in 2020.

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