Ms Charlotte Adjoa Antwi, the Central Regional Women's Organizer of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), has urged women across the country to rally behind the ruling NPP to retain power in the 2024 elections.
She emphasized that the government was taking significant steps to revive the struggling economy, promote business growth, and alleviate the high cost of living.
Ms Antwi made this appeal during a program organized by the Agona West NPP Women's Wing, where she urged mothers to play an active role in ensuring the proper upbringing of their children.
She encouraged women to have confidence in the government and support the NPP's quest to secure victory in the upcoming 2024 elections.
Highlighting the government's prudent economic measures aimed at creating a conducive financial environment for business growth, the Regional Organizer called on Ghanaians to fully support the government in achieving its objectives.
Ms Antwi emphasized the positive impact of policies such as free Senior High School and other social interventions that aimed to ease the financial burden on parents and guardians, reassuring the public that the government did not intend to plunge the nation into an economic crisis.
She assured the audience that the government was working diligently to reverse the current situation and emphasized that only the NPP could lead Ghana to a brighter future.
Ms Antwi encouraged the women to promote the government's achievements in various settings such as markets, churches, funeral grounds, and public gatherings. She also cautioned them to minimize complaints and instead pray for better times ahead, assuring them that the situation would improve.
The Regional Organizer urged the women to disregard any false information that claimed the Party had nothing beneficial to offer the country.
Ms Adwoa Antwi commended the Agona West Women's Wing for their recognition and honour of women, particularly the elderly, in the constituency.
As part of their efforts, the wing sponsored medical screenings for around 700 women and children to assess their health status and provide necessary medical treatment.
Mrs Florence Yamoah, the Agona West Women's Organizer of the NPP, explained that the purpose of the program was to acknowledge the women's strong connections within the constituency, particularly in Lower and Upper Bobikuma.
She appealed to the women to continue supporting the party, assuring them that their contributions and efforts would not be forgotten in the quest to retain power in the upcoming elections.
Alhaji Gibrin Tanko, the Agona West Constituency Chairman of the NPP, praised the women's wing for their commendable work and assured them of the constituency executives' support in organizing similar programs to improve the quality of life for women in the area.
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