The Ashanti Regional capital, Kumasi, is anticipated to come to life with colours of the ruling New Patriotic Party as the second Lady, Samira Bawumia, joins many party functionaries to do the official launch of Regional Women’s Project.
The Second lady is anticipated to show up with other leading figures in the party, including the Chief of staff, Hon. Frema Osei and Regional Chairman, Bernard Antwi Boasiako also known as Chairman Wontumi, at the Centre For National Society, as the ruling party begins outdoor project with the hope to maintaining power come December 7, 2020.
Currently, the city is bubbling with exhilaration with thousands of flags and various other stuff in anticipation of the arrival of the second lady.
The Ashanti Regional Women’s Organizer of the party, Nana Ama Ampoma, told Adom news in an interview that around 5,000 event functionaries are expected to grace the occasion.
According to her, all the needed measures, as far as COVID-19 protocols were concerned, have actually been put in place to secure everybody who will be at the grounds.
She stated the party would make use of the occasion to reveal the committees under which the women’s wing would embark on its campaign activities, adding that the function will provide the chance for the women’s wing to consolidate its essential position as ‘election deciders’.
“We have seen the data from the Electoral Commission and the percentage of female voters on the register. Its therefore crucial that we involve women in every single activity the party will undertake so as to garner enough votes from them” she said.
According to her, there is no doubt that women are the significant beneficiaries of the various social interventions presented by government under the able leadership of Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo.
“Talk about Planting for Food and Jobs, Free SHS, NABCO, amongst others; women as a group, form the bigger portion of beneficiaries so I have absolutely no doubt at all that Ghanaian women will once again reward the NPP in December 7 in order for us to continue these laudable programmes” Nana Ama Ampoma highlighted
Source: Ghana Waves