Western North NDC executives embark on regional tour

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The regional executives of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) in the Western North Region on Monday, April 18 began an eight-day tour of the Region.

Under its Regional Outreach Programme, the regional executives are using the tour as an opportunity to engage the grassroots regarding plans to reclaim power from the current government.

They also visited some party members hospitalised for one ailment or the other.

In all, nine constituencies will be visited.

The executives have already visited and interacted with party grassroots in the Aowin, Suaman and Sefwi Ankontombra constituencies since Monday.

The meetings in each of the constituencies will take three forms.

The first will be meeting all branch executives and key stakeholders in one selected zone outside the constituency capital while the second will involve a similar meeting in the constituency capital.

A third meeting will involve all constituency executives and stakeholders.

At meetings already held thus far, the regional executives led by Chairman Michael Aidoo have commended the party officers for their immeasurable contributions to the cause of the party during the 2020 presidential and parliamentary elections.

Their performance, he stressed, accounted for the sterling outcome recorded by the Region.

He also used the occasion to sensitise the members on the ongoing membership identity card replacement exercise and to listen and address their legitimate concerns and grievances as part of the party’s re-organization, re-energization, restructuring and reform efforts.

Aside Mr Aidoo, popularly known as Big Aidoo, other executives in the team are Regional Secretary George Danquah, Regional Vice Chair David Koah Nduba, Regional Organizer and deputy, Robert Kofi Agyekum and Dominic Ntere respectively, Regional Zongo Caucus Coordinator Ibrahim Samilia, Regional Women Organizer Comfort Nyarkoh and her two deputies, Nsiah Royal and Monica Baah respectively.

The tour is expected to end on Tuesday, April 26.

Source: 3news.com|Ghana

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