PIX: Mr Paul Kwabena Yandoh, NPP Communications Team Member speaking to yours truly at the Asokwa Youth centre during the visit of the Vice-President, Dr Bawumia
PAUL KWABENA Yandoh, NPP Communications Team member and a delegate at the Asokwa constituency says he is hopeful that his colleagues in the area would vote to endorse the Vice-President, Dr Bawumia as leader of the New Patriotic Party (NPP).
Speaking to this reporter during the visit by the Vice President to the constituency last Sunday, the NPP man said the Vice President by attitude, work ethic and character is best fit to lead the party to the next elections in 2024.
He noted that throughout out his life as frontline politician, the Veep has treated people very well and has conducted himself in manners befitting as leader.
“My brother just look at the personality of the Vice President and check his conduct you would come to the conclusion that he amongst the rest is best fit to lead the NPP knowing very well Ghanaians would want such a person as President”, Mr Yandoh stated.
The NPP Communications member said even as Vice President, Dr Bawumia had led initiatives that had created jobs for the youth of Ghana.
He noted that since the introduction of the digitalization agenda by the Vice president, both job seeking and placement has been seamless.
Mr Yandoh stressed that people at the comfort of their homes and on their phones could apply for jobs when they see vacancies at the websites of companies and state agencies.
“The mobile money interoperability concept initiated by the Veep with the support of the President has enabled people to carry out financial transactions and received monies via their phones seamlessly and these interventions have made life easy for Ghanaians”, the NPP Communications member stated.
Mr Yandoh said both the human attributes and work ethic of the Veep makes him ideal for the people.
He noted that most of the youth in Asokwa were looking for job opportunities.
Fortunately, he said the plan by the Vice President to ensure constituency persons are recruited for appointment would help them to secure job opportunities.
“I am confident that after the count of ballots on November 4th, Dr Bawumia would win Asokwa because the youth and the aged have seen what the Veep represents and would vote for him massively”, Mr Yandoh predicted.
Story By Michael Ofosu-Afriyie,