NPP warms up Executives of Greater Accra in a 3-day Orientation Workshop

The NPP, on Friday, October 25, rounded up a 3-day orientation workshop it held for all constituency executives in the 34 constituencies of the Greater Accra Region to prepare them in all departments for election 2020.

The workshop was led by the General Secretary of the party, Mr. John Boadu with the support of some Resource Persons and Facilitators including a former National Chairman of the party and 2016 Campaign Manager, Hon. Peter Mac Manu, the party’s Director of Elections, Mr. Evans Nimako and a Deputy National Communications Director of the party, Mr. Yaw Preko among others.

The Facilitators took the constituency executives who were the trainees through relevant topics including party history and ideology, party structure and organisation, constituency profiling and electoral matters as well as the art and science of political communications.

John Boadu, who turned 50 today, but still made time to spearhead the organization of this programme, implored the party executives to, at all times, commit themselves to respecting laid down structures and abide by the tenets of the party constitution in everything they do and also reminded them that the NPP is disciplined party which thrives on these structures.

He used the opportunity to thank the Greater Accra Regional Chairman of the party, Mr. Divine Agorhum and his entire regional executives for the effective mobilization of the region for the training sessions and also thanked them for the “surprise birthday party” they organised for him in Tema.

Finally, the training workshop, which started in the Ahafo Region, according to the NPP chief scribe, will be replicated in all the regions of the country. The next stop, he said, will be the Western and Western North Regions, which shall take their turn from next week Tuesday.



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