Mr Robert Asare Bediako, Ashanti regional chairman hopeful last Friday took his grass-root campaign to Manso Nkwanta, Adubia, Atwima Kwanwoma and Bosome Freho constituencies with full force.
Touching base with constituency executives in these areas, the veteran politician relayed his vision of providing service with integrity.
Mobbed everywhere he went, the former Asokwa Constituency Chairman promised to ensure the welfare of all in the NPP party.
According to him, each of the 47 constituencies in the region would be allocated with funds to cater for the daily operations of the branches of the party.
Mr Bediako pledged to account for funds given for party activities and also ensure all party functionaries do same across the region.
He noted that a transparent administration where funds allocated for activities is accounted for does not only safeguard officers but creates an atmosphere of trust amongst members.
Mr Bediako promised to decentralize power at various levels of the party where party executives and co-opted members will be given tasks to undertake.
These executives, the former Chairman of Chairmen indicated will be allowed to carry through the visions they will outline regarding their offices.
Extolling his competencies in working with people with diverse backgrounds, Mr Bediako promised to tap into the expertise of other executives and members of the party whose services will be needed for effective party work.
This, he noted will enable the executives to be innovative and bring practicable solutions to tackling the challenges that continues to confront the party in running a smooth administration.
According to him, in an administration where members can freely express themselves there will be no room for a ‘one man show’.
He noted amidst applause that power should not always be concentrated in the center of a political party like the NPP, adding that his administration when he wins the regional chairmanship contest will delegate authority to other executives so as to ensure everyone plays his or her role well.