The governing New Patriotic (NPP) has honoured some of its cherished women’s wings members as well as some individuals across the length and breath of the party who contributed in various ways to ensure the party’s victory in the last December’s 7, 2016 elections.
This saw most hardworking party women organizers from constituency, regional, national and diaspora level present at the occasion, several people of different professional including musicians, sportsmen and women were there as well.
The event was organised by the the national women’s organizers Otiko Afisa Djaba, now minister -designate for Gender and Social Protection.
She honoured gospel musician Diana Asamoah, for her dedicated service to the party she received a certificate and a full piece of cloths. She also urge her fellow women organizers to be reorganized for them to bid for the School Feeding Program exercise when the NPP government opens it for bid.
The women organiser cum Minster advised her colleagues to continue preaching the party’s good philosophy to the good people of Ghana for the battle has just began if only they want the party to say in power for long to change the lives of the average Ghanaians.
Afisa Otiko Afisa Djaba made this known when she was honouring her peers at the WAEC Exams hall in Accra.
Meanwhile ,special guest of honour for the occasion, minister designate for planning at the presidency Hon. Prof Gyan Baffour, called on Ghanaians to ignore the main opposition National Democratic Congress to maintained the government for the next twenty years, if only the electorates want the advancement and transformation of the country in a better position, like what they did during ex – president kuffour’s era in government.
The Member of Parliament for Wenchi constituency clarified the fact that the four years tenure given to them by Ghanaians wouldn’t be enough for them to explore their to help president Akuffo Addo to govern the country.
The NPP government will establish factories across the to enable people leaving in the various rural areas to gain employment through this factories. We will also relocate some factories from Accra and Kumasi to other region ease the pressure in this two regions.