Work hard to keep NDC in opposition–Kate Gyamfua

Kate Gyamfua, the National Women’s Organirer of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), has asked the electorate not to take the National Democratic Congress (NDC) in the impending 2020 general elections because they have nothing to offer the citizenry but deceptive.

She appealed to party supporters, well wishers, members and faithful to work harder to expose the deception of the NDC to keep them in perpetual opposition for the government of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) to retain power to enable President Nana Akufo-Addo to continue his pragmatic policies, programmes and interventions to ameliorate the plight of the citizenry which the NDC failed to do.

According to Ms Gyamfua, “the NDC government in 2016 put it in their Green Book they had constructed roads in the country, but many of the roads cited are still in deplorable shape and my expectation I was going to pass through motorable road networks when coming from Accra since the John Mahama-led administration pictured to the citizenry all roads in the Western Region had been constructed.”

Speaking on the theme: ‘Mobilising and equipping women for victory 2020’, at the launch of NPP Women’s Maidens at Bogoso in the Prestea-Huni Valley Constituency of the Western Region, primarily to solicit for more votes for the party ahead of the 2020 general elections,  the National Women’s Organiser bemoaned poor road network linking Bogoso and other communities.

Ms Gyamfua reiterated that the NDC’s Green Book was a mirage and deception because the road networks claimed they did were nowhere to be found which should continue to keep the NDC in perpetual opposition nonetheless cautioned against complacency.

“We must work hard to retain power for our party in 2020 elections, I urge all constituency women organisers, their deputies and members to remain resolute and continue to propagate the government’s achievements to electorate to win floating and first time voters.


Mrs Barbara Oteng-Gyasi, the Member of Parliament for Prestea Huni-Valley, who is also the Minister of Tourism, Culture and Creative Arts, commended the president for appointing women into his government to hold sensitive positions since they played various roles in 2016 elections which must be maintained towards Election 2020. -asempanews.com

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