PIX: Owusu Mensah, NPP Constituency chairman for Manso Nkwanta presenting the citation to Nana Ama Ampomah at the capacity building workshop for her commitment to duty and kindness
NANA AMA Ampomah, the Ashanti Regional Women’s Organiser of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) has charged members of her wing to consciously treat people within their communities with respect and dignity.
By this, the regional executive noted that members of the community would love to identify themselves with the NPP.
Addressing polling station women organisers during an orientation ans capacity building workshop at Manso Nkwanta, Madam Ampomah said nothing wins the heart of people like displaying good character and kindness.
“I have come thus far in life because I learnt to treat people well and I believe if we commit to demonstrate good behaviours including the show of respect to people in our communities we would woo more people into the fold of the NPP and this would help us to win the 2024 elections”, the Women’s Organiser stated.
Madam Ampomah said the NPP would be able to win the 2024 general elections with hard work and commitment to duty.
The simple strategy, she noted was for party persons to use their positions from the polling station, constituency and regional levels to woo people into the NPP.
For polling station women organisers, Madam Ampomah said they could use opportunities they get to relate with people in their communities to win them over into the NPP.
“When you visit the hair dressing salon or when you go to the market make sure you talk to people nicely and treat people with respect including apprentices of shops or salons because one kind gesture would influence a lot of people to vote for the NPP in 2024”, Madam Ampomah stated.
On behalf of the Manso Nkwanta constituency branch of the NPP, the constituency women’s organiser, Madam Rita Adomah who was joined by the Constituency Chairman, Owusu Mensah presented a citation to the regional women’s organiser.
The gesture was to show appreciation to the Women’s Organiser for her commitment to duty.
Madam Adomah noted that Madam Ampomah had consistently shown interest in the welfare of women in the Ashanti Region.
She urged the women’s wing to learn humility from their leader and live with people with respect.
Story by Michael Ofosu-Afriyie,