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12-Jul-2012  
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Mrs Mavies Hawah Koomson, National Patriotic Party (NPP) Parliamentary Candidate for the Senya Awutu Constituency, has noted that Ghanaians wants to see an NPP government in power.

She said this is because they want to see a continuation of its programmes aimed at alleviating poverty, and urged members of the party to intensify their campaigns.

Mrs Koomson said this during the inauguration of the Kpormeitey Rent Control branch of the party, on Tuesday, at Kpmeitey, a suburb of Kasoa. “The party can only win the election if members are able to organize and campaign at homes, work places and markets, also the floating voters.”

Mrs Koomson urged supporters of the NPP to educate the electorate about the good works of the party, when it was in power, and what the party would for them when voted into power.

“The 2012 electioneering campaign is a herculean task since the party is going to compete with other political parties and that demands hard work and selfless devotion to duty”, Mrs Koomson added.

She said the youth, under NPP government, would be trained to acquire skills, which would enable them to establish their own businesses so that they do not become liabilities.

The Kpormeitey branch of the party also used the occasion to swear in new Executives, with Mr Albert Kwesi Abasah as Chairman, Mr Samuel Amanortey, Vice Chairman, Mr John Erick Atta Mends, Secretary, Mr Joe Teteh Ofoe, Treasurer, Miss Vivian Donkor, Assistant Treasurer, and Madam Comfort Asanttewa, Organizer,

Mr Boniface Kwarteng, Chairman of the Patrons of the Senya Awutu Constituency, urged members to launch a membership drive and register new supporters of the party towards the forthcoming parliamentary and Presidential elections.
 
 
Source: GNA
 
 

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