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21-May-2019  
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The New Patriotic Party Executives in the Effia Kwesiminstin Municipality have been tutored on strategic planning for mobilization and winning more votes for the party in the 2020 parliamentary and presidential elections.

Mr. Ato Van-Ess, Chairman of the Organising Committee for the Strategic Planning Workshop for party executives said at the opening of the Workshop that, it was necessary to build the capacity of the current executives, chart a roadmap for measuring achievement which would culminate into total victory for the Party in 2020.

Mr. Samuel Kingsley Kwao, the Constituency Chairman of the Party said it was imperative that diverse ideas were solicited for the advancement of the constituency in particular to avert misunderstanding, blame games and promote peaceful coexistence among party faithful in order to attract flouting voters.

Mr. John Davies, the Presiding Member of the EKMA described the innovation as healthy to help chart a new course in the political discourse of the country.

He indicated that unity of purpose was key in achieving the desired future of the party and therefore called on the current executives to learn more, and read the party constitution from time to time and preach the good works of the party to new ones.

Mr. Joe Mensah, the Member of Parliament for Kwesimintsim stressed the need for the party to increase its seats in Parliament which currently stood at 169 adding, “We can only achieve this if we work together as a team and build on the gains."
 
 
Source: GNA
 
 

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