A New Patriotic Party stalwart in the Volta Region, George Dobge, has extoled the communication prowess of the Director General for State Interest and Governance Authority (SIGA), Stephen Asamoah Boateng.
He said the party needs excellent communication from the top hierarchy going into election 2024 and beyond since the party is attempting to set a new record.
In lieu of that he pointed, choosing a National Chairman must be done carefully with some particular competencies in mind; one with excellent communication and inter-personal skills, good organizational skills and a goal-getter, “and I see all these in Hon. Asabee.”
Mr. Dobge who had the opportunity to address Mr. Asamoah Boateng and his team on their arrival to the Volta Region, could not hide his excitement at the news of his intensions to contest for the National Chairmanship seat.
“I was not only excited but relieved upon hearing your name among those who want to contest as National Chairman. In fact at a point I was almost giving up out of discouragement until I heard it in the news that Asabee is now in the race, then I said ah, thank you God.”
“This is the type of person we need to put in front of the party as we seek to break the eight. Good communicator, very eloquent, admirable by all and sundry and he has also proved to the whole world that he is a very good organizer with his great work done at SIGA.”
“In fact I am so convinced that, with Asabee as our National Chairman, half of the work towards breaking the eight is already done,” he stated optimistically.
Mr. Asamoah Boateng is in the Volta Region upon the invitation of the regional executives of the party to participate in the regional branch’s Conference.
As usual, the sight of him sent the crowd into an ecstatic mood with repeated shouts of Asabee, the incoming National Chairman.
The SIGA boss speaking to several people who had stepped out of the hall to welcome him said “just as I have been serving the party and mother Ghana since my youthful days, I intend doing so and I am grateful that what I have done over the years, by the grace of God, has not been forgotten.”
“Breaking the eight is inevitable and nothing can stop us this time except our own selves. We need to come together, encourage ourselves, let go of every anger or bitterness, and fight our common opponent which is the NDC,” he said.