The Regional Chairman of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Mr. William Benjamin Assuah together with the party’s Regional Executive Committee has embarked on a weeklong “Thank You” tour across the entire Western North Region.
The tour has the Regional Chairman and the team visiting the Bia East, Juaboso, Bodi, Akontombra, Aowin, Seaman-Dadieso, Wiawso, and Bibiani constituencies, all in the Western North region.
The tour, according to Mr. William Benjamin Assuah was a multi-purpose one that focused on acknowledging the efforts and contributions of the various constituencies in the outcome of the 2020 general elections.
The New Patriotic Party (NPP) is noted to have relatively increased their gains in the Western North Region, contributing more votes than ever before to the entire vote difference that gave victory to H. E. Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo.
The tour also had the Regional Chairman and his executives explaining to the various constituencies how resources were distributed in the various constituencies and polling stations in ensuring there weren’t any imbalances across the various constituencies.
He further explained the party’s intention to keeping faith with the grassroots by constantly engaging them in such interactions that seek to advance the course of the elephant fraternity.
He added that their visit to the constituencies wasn’t just to say “Thank you” but to further engage the constituents and have them voice out their challenges so the party can devise more resilient ways of addressing those challenges.
Speaking with the constituency executives, Mr. William Benjamin Assuah addressed the numerous unemployment challenge facing them and reiterated the party’s commitment to ensuring the necessary steps are taken in creating employment avenues and opportunities for their members as early as possible.
The various constituency executives expressed their heartfelt gratitude to the Regional Executive Committee for their thoughtfulness and how impressed they were about the visit. They further applauded the Regional Chairman and his team and asked that they continue with the grassroots engagement as it helps them to better address their issues.