Nana B (left) delivering his address at Manhyia South on Tuesday
LAWYER HENRY Nana Boakye’s desire of being elected as National Organizer of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) has been given a massive boost in the Ashanti Region.
Virtually, all the delegates in the 47 constituencies of the party’s stronghold, where the dynamic lawyer hails from, have pledged their unflinching support for him, so far.
Nicknamed as ‘Nana B’, the hard working politician, who is currently the NPP National Youth Organizer, has been touring the region to be elected as NPP National Organizer.
In all the constituencies that he has visited so far in the Ashanti Region, Nana B has been accorded a rousing welcome by party delegates, who chanted his name.
Nana B’s campaign train landed at the Manhyia South Constituency on Tuesday morning and the reception was massive as party delegates welcomed him with open arms.
In his address, the astute politician stated that he has the wherewithal to implement positive and pragmatic policies and programmes to help the NPP to retain power in 2024.
According to him, he has the political and organizational experience and skills to lead the NPP to win avalanche of votes to ensure that the NPP stays in power beyond 2024.
“My party organization and mobilization activities started from my school days, I was polling station chairman for Oforikrom and KNUST TESCON president”, he indicated.
Nana B stated that “I know every corner of Ghana as I have toured the nook and cranny of the country so if I am giving the chance as national organizer, I will do a good job for NPP.
“I have a 10-point campaign programme strategy and key among them is to implement a policy whereby there will be unique campaign programmes for each constituency”.
Nana B also said, when elected as national organizer, he will use his position to champion for the NPP youth and women wings to be resourced for effective campaign.
Richard Adjei Mensah Ofori-Atta, the Manhyia South NPP Chairman, assured Nana B of total support from Manhyia South NPP to enable him (Nana B) realize his ambition.
I.F. Joe Awuah Jnr