NPP Shall Win The Amasaman Seat In 2020 - Nana B

NPP Shall Win The Amasaman Seat In 2020 - Nana B

The New Patriotic Party's (NPP) National Youth Organizer, Henry Nana Boakye has charged the party to do all it can to claim the Amasaman seat from the NDC in the 2020 elections.


Nana B recently launched the Amasaman Constituency Youth Wing and indicated that their foremost challenge was to wrestle the Amasaman seat from the NDC in 2020.

He said the grounds were fertile for the NPP to grab the seat and he would lead the Youth in realising that target.

Ahead of the NPP's National Youth Organizer contest, Nana B promised to roll out the 'orphan constituency' project which was to galvanize support for the party in orphan constituencies. True to his promise, Nana B has set out to strengthen the base of the party in these orphan constituencies . The launch of the Amasaman Constituency Youth Wing is one of the many programs Nana B will be spearheading as part of the 'orphan constituency' project.

The NDC has always had an upper hand in the Amasaman Constituency. The NPP however made giant strides in the last elections by bridging the gap of over 11,000 in 2012 to about 120 votes in 2016.

Nana B was optimistic that the seat and others across the country shall be snatched from the NDC in 2020 through the effort of the Youth Wing and the party at the constituency level.

Nana B commended the Amasaman Constituency Youth Organizer, Philip Asante and the entire Constituency Executive body as well as Polling Station Executives for their resolve to work assiduously to improve the electoral fortunes of the NPP in the constituency.

The launch was graced by high ranking Government and Party officials including Mr Divine Otoo Agorhom (Greater Accra Regional Chairman), Lawyer John Kumah (CEO, NEIP), Kofi Ofosu (CEO, Accra Digital Centre), Hon. Clement Wilkinson (GA West MCE) and Mr. Achibald Cobbina.

Also in attendance were the Amasaman Constituency Executives and Polling Station Executives together with a host of Youth Organizers from other constituencies in Greater Accra Region.


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