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NPP readies itself for another landslide victory, says Abu Jinapor

The Deputy Chief of Staff, Abu Jinapor has said the New Patriotic Party (NPP) in the Savannah region is battle ready to securing another landslide victory in the 2020 general elections.

He said with the outstanding leadership from the NPP’s executives, the party will give the National Democratic Congress (NDC) a big run for their money and match them boot for boot in next year’s general elections.

Addressing constituency women organizers of the party in the Savannah region, Abu Jinapor, who is also the NPP Parliamentary candidate for the Damongo constituency, said the NPP remained the only party with the formula to developing Ghana, and hence should be allowed to stay in government.  

He pledged support to the women’s wing of the party and challenged the constituency women organizers in the region to work hard in securing more votes for the NPP in the Savannah region.

Savannah regional women organizer of the NPP, Hajia Safia Mohammed said the people of the region owed the President Nana Akufo-Addo for heeding to their plea after successive governments had failed to create the Savannah region.

She therefore admonished the women organizers to unite and work together for the second term of the President and for the NPP’s Parliamentary candidates to also win their seats.

The Savannah regional Chairman of the NPP Alhaji Iddrisu Sulemana it is evident that the Nana Addo led government is alleviating poverty and improving the living conditions of the masses, hence the NDC should forget victory in the region.  

The maiden regional women’s conference which was on the theme Mobilizing, Unifying and Equipping Women for Victory 2020 and beyond brought together women form the 7 constituencies in the Savannah region.

Source:Ken Zorre | | Ghana

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