Francis Adomako, the enterprising regional organizer for the New Patriotic Party (NPP) in Ashanti last Friday showered both constituency organizers and Nasara coordinators with goodies such as sugar, rice and some soft drinks.
Earlier same day, the regional organizer registered all the party’s 47 constituency organizers in Ashanti to access passports.
The gesture was part of series of donations and incentives the effervescent regional leader has earmarked for constituency organizers.
Speaking to the Ghanaian Observer Newspaper about the donations, Mr Adomako said the NPP decided show appreciation to its constituency organizers as well as Nasara coordinators who are Muslims for the work they do in the constituencies and hinterlands of Ashanti.
‘’We as a party are well aware of the challenges our organizers as well as Nasara coordinators go through in executing their duties and these donations and passport applications are to motivate them to give off their best in what they do’’, Mr Adomako noted.
Speaking to this reporter, Eric Osei, Asokwa constituency organizer commended his regional boss for the gesture.
He also lauded his efforts of providing resource persons to periodically train them about their duties.
Mr Osei however urged the regional organizer to mix his outdoor campaign style popularly called ‘Peoples forum’ with a purely grass-root engagement programs.
These two strategies, the Atonsu Agogo North Assembly Member said would get the party a good balance.
In a related development, Mr Francis Adomako on Saturday organized a training workshop for organizers in the Atwima Kwanwoma Constituency.
He charged members to be proactive in executing their mandates in the specific areas they head as polling station organizers.
The 2020 elections, Mr Adomako noted would be won by the party who would be able to organize its campaign or outreach well.
He therefore called for more commitment from the participants so as to ensure they effectively carry out duties aimed at wooing many people into the fold of the NPP.
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