On July 27, 2022, the New Patriotic Party’s Women’s Wing in the New Juaben South Constituency conducted a conference at Koforidua to prepare for the upcoming 2024 elections under the direction of Regina Bempong.
The first conference, with the theme “Empowering Our Women to Break the 8,” aimed to, among other things, give the NPP’s women’s wing a forum to assess its operations and plan for success in the general election of 2024.
After the party’s chronological elections were held this year, the engagement was the first of its kind in the constituency in the Eastern area, according to Regina Bempong.
The meeting was also intended to reactivate all the polling station women’s wing leaders in New Juaben South, according to constituency women organizer Regina Bempong, who spoke in a side interview with Afeema FMs’ journalist Kaakyire Kwasi Afari. This would enable members to chart a new course for growth.
She argued that in order to convince voters to keep the NPP in power, the women must put in a lot of effort and launch a successful membership drive. This would highlight the government’s pro-poor policies, which have benefited the weak and the destitute.
She urged the women to launch the election 2024 campaign right away by influencing the hearts and minds of residents in the New Juaben South Constituency.
As Madam Bempong recalled, the NPP has enough accomplishments to boast about heading into the 2024 elections because they have kept their pledges, while being adversely affected by unprecedented global circumstances.
The leadership expressed gratitude to the Constituency Women Organizer for having them and assured that her counsel wouldn’t go unheeded.
They were so appreciative of her intelligent motivation that they made a vow to her that they would raise the party’s flag high and spread its message far and wide.
Hajia Mariam, Hausa Mosque Zongo polling station women organizer also pointed out that thousands of Ghanaian women, who could not afford to send their children to senior high school due to high school fees, were now saving thousands of Ghana cedis for other economic ventures as a result of the policy.
Source: Ghanatodayonline.com/Kaakyire Kwasi Afari