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Agona
Swedru, July 16, GNA – Mr Ekow Ewusie, Business Consultant and a leading Member
of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) has appealed to the regional executives to
economically empower all polling station and constituency executives to become
financial independent.

He
said the economic empowerment of the foot soldiers of the party would reduce
incessant pressure and complaints exerted on the Minist

Agona
Swedru, July 16, GNA – Mr Ekow Ewusie, Business Consultant and a leading Member
of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) has appealed to the regional executives to
economically empower all polling station and constituency executives to become
financial independent.

He
said the economic empowerment of the foot soldiers of the party would reduce
incessant pressure and complaints exerted on the Ministers and Presidency for
jobs and better living conditions.

Mr
Ekow Ewusie who was addressing delegates’ conference of Agona West Constituency
at Agona Swedru in the Central region said if the grass root members continued
to live in poverty it would be difficult for them to work hard for the party in
the years ahead.

The
leading Member urged regional executives of the party to become innovative and
lobby more to create an environment that would assist members working in rural
areas to reduce agitations.

Mr
Ewusie stated that inadequate resources would discourage grassroot politicians
and urged the leadership to resource them to work hard for 2020 Parliamentary
and Presidential elections.

Mr
Ewusie who has declared his intention to contest the Central regional NPP
Chairmanship position said complaints coming from grassroots after swearing-in
of President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo should be addressed.

According
to him, all regional executives of the party need to move swiftly to settle
petty squabbles in all constituencies to ensure peace and stability.

He
pledged his determination to unite the party to make it stronger when giving
the nod, adding that when the party is in government it looks different from
when in opposition and everything possible should be done to bring them
together.

Mr
Ewusie appealed to the party regional executives to resolve differences in the
Agona West Constituency, saying ‘Agona West is very sensitive constituency in
the political history of the Central region and needs to be salvaged. ‘ 

He
said  he was ready to unify  the 
party in all the  23 constituencies  in the Central region to enable the party
become viable  and vibrant, adding that
NPP should  become friendly to all and
sundry to encourage people outside to join the party.

Mr
Ewusie called on the rank and file of the party to bury their differences and
forge ahead to unite to support President Nana Akufo-Addo to implement policies
and programmes rolled out to improve on the economy.

GNA


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