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27-Oct-2019  
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The Greater Accra Regional Youth Wing of the ruling New Patriotic Party under the able leadership of Hon. Moses Abor, GARYO, has commended the leadership of the National Youth Authority (NYA) for organizing a successful Youth Week Celebration.

As part of activities to champion the course and unwavering commitment of the youth in Ghana, the NYA launched a YOUTH WEEK CELEBRATION which was climaxed with a health walk on Saturday 26th October, 2019.

This health walk was successfully organized as it brought together recognized youth groups and affiliates from all walks of life in the country to Circle - the Obra Spot - the converging and starting point to the Accra Sports Stadium the ending point amidst medical screening and refreshments.

The  mammoth crowd that paraded the principal streets of Accra reaffirms the hope that the youth of Ghana have in the unprecedented performance of H.E. Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo's NPP government.

“We are confident in the new leadership of the NYA led by Mr. Sylvester Tetteh (CEO) and his two deputies, Mr. Nelson Owusu Ansah & Ms. Kozie Manu because barely two to three months in office at the helm of affairs, we can forecast  55% victory for President Nana Addo in the upcoming 2020 general elections.

“This is a facelift for the National Youth Authority and a victory for the youth of Ghana…we tell you Mo Ne Yo....Ayekooooo National Youth Authority, Sylvester Tetteh and the team,” Moses Abor added.

 

 

 

 

 





 
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