The re-election bid of the New Patriotic Party and President Nana Addo-Dankwa Akufo-Addo in the Nkoranza South Constituency has received a major boost as Deputy Director of Political Affairs at the Office of Ghana’s Chief of Staff, Harriet Kyeremateng (Nana Akua) donated five (5) motorbikes and an undisclosed amount of cash towards the campaign efforts of the Constituency.
Presenting the donation to the Constituency Campaign Team on Saturday 31st October 2020, at the Party Office, Harriet, encouraged the rank and file of the party to work extra hard to ensure a decisive victory for H. E. President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo and Hon. Charles Konadu Yiadom the MP and parliamentary candidate for Nkoranza South.
Receiving on behalf of the Constituency, the Bono East Regional Chairman, Mr. Thomas Adu-Appiah (a.k.a. Chairman Toma) commended Harriet and the Chief of Staff for reaching out to the Constituency.
Assuring Harriet, Chairman Toma said the items will be put to good use. According to him, the party is battle-ready both at the Regional and Constituency levels to take the Four More to Do More campaign to every hut and hamlet of the Constituency to preach the good works of Akufo-Addo and Hon. Charles Konadu Yiadom in order to secure their second term victory.
Harriet seized the opportunity to meet some identifiable groups in the Constituency like FONAA, Nation Women, and First-Time Voters to motivate them and canvass for votes for the NPP.
In furtherance, Nana Akua joined the campaign team for a house-to-house campaign in the Bonsu and A-line electoral areas.
For her, the President’s handling of the COVID-19 Pandemic, the introduction of Free SHS, Planting for Food and Jobs, 1-Village 1-Dam, 1-District 1-Factory, 1-Constituency 1-Ambulance, NABCO, the Cocoa Pollination and Rehabilitation Programmes, the restoration of Nursing and Teacher Training Allowances, the creation of 6 new regions including, the Bono East, the over 2million employment opportunities created in both the public and private sectors, the massive infrastructure development, the COVID-19 Alleviation Fund, and free electricity and water, among others are achievements worth projecting.