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19-Sep-2012  
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Mrs. Ama Benyiwa-Doe, Central Regional Minister, has advised the National Democratic Congress (NDC) women activists to work as a team and be decent during the campaign for Election 2012.

She said that women, who form the majority of the country’s population, play critical roles in party politics.Mrs. Benyiwa-Doe, who made the call in a speech read on her behalf at a day’s seminar for NDC women activists in the Region on the theme: “Victory 2012; The Role Of Women”, cautioned the activists not to use abusive language against their political opponents.

The seminar was aimed at empowering women activists including NDC women organizers, their staff, as well as caterers in charge of the School Feeding Programme, in the region, to enable them to canvass for votes for the party.

Mrs. Benyiwa Doe appealed to them to work hard and mobilise party support at the grassroots so that the NDC could win the December polls.
Mr. Theophilus Adu Mensah, District Chief Executive for Gomoa West, asked the activists to educate the public on the numerous projects and good deeds of the NDC.

Ms. Tina Frimpong, Regional Women’s Organizer, advised NDC polling agents to be vigilant during the Election Day.
 
 
Source: GNA
 
 

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