The Savannah Regional women’s organizer of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) professes that her recent visit to Achubunyo, a town in West Gonja District in the Savannah Region has clearly shown a green light, victory above all victories for NPP in the region.
Speaking to SOKY NEWS Mohammed A. Shakun, she noted that women in the 21st century will not vote base on tribal, ethnic, and religious sentiments but vote based on progressive benefits and developmental projects our communities have emerged.
“We will not vote based on the claim of our own son but vote for a result-oriented person. A leader who does not need the position to succeed or become better but to feel the pain and rejection of the people after elections and has the dream to raise a generation of full time employed members and highly motivated group ready and qualified to take over the helms of affairs from the old in not too distant future. 2020 is a year of Accountability” she said.
She added that the future of the region is represented by the men and women of our generation, endowed with fresh ideas, bubbling energy and a passionate desire for political power and she believes that it is the responsibility of her generation to offer their political shoulders to the new generation to climb upon, improve their vision and expand their horizon.
It is this trans-generational collaboration and partnership that represents the best model to create the future that we desire and deserve.
They expressed their overwhelmed gratitude to his excellency Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo for giving them the region they have long waited for and also demonstrating faith in women by engaging them in active positions
She made this comments after donating hand sanitizers, nose marks, liquid soaps and other assorted items to some women groups In the community to aid them in the fight against Covid-19 pandemic during Campagn .