The aspiring NPP parliamentary hopeful for Ejisu, Lawyer John Ampontuah Kumah accompanied by some members of the party last weekend donated sewing equipment to two sets of groups within the Ghana National Tailors and Dressmakers Association (GNTDA).
At the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) zone, the parliamentary hopeful and CEO of NEIP donated 30 sewing machines to the members who were graduating on the day.
Similarly, Lawyer Kumah also donated 10 sets of sewing machines to members of the Bonwire Branch of GNTDA who also had their graduation same weekend.
At separate ceremonies, the youthful NPP Parliamentary hopeful asked the graduating persons to show passion about the work they are stepping out to do.
‘’The kind of passion you will display about the work you do ultimately defines you and this is why I urge you to give your all so people get to know you by the work you do’’, Lawyer Kumah stressed.
Lawyer Kumah also urged the graduating students to go out and represent the GNTDA very well in the eyes of the public.
This, he noted would encourage many of their folk who do not belong to the Association to become part in no time.
Every Association, the youthful NEIP boss said thrives on its membership and the kind of human resource it has.
Lawyer Kumah therefore rallied members of the Association to seek to display excellence at what they do, adding that it will make them stand out from the rest of their kind.
Speaking on behalf of the Association, Mr Beclose Adzikal, Chairman for the Association commended the Ejisu NPP parliamentary hopeful for the gesture.
He noted that the equipment would help set the graduating persons up as they set out to do what they had learnt in their training.
The Chairperson said it is the desire of the Association to collaborate with state agencies and outfits that prioritize the work of artisans such as persons in the GNTDA.
He asked beneficiaries of the equipment to make proper use of same so as to encourage others who may like to emulate the example of Mr Kumah to donate to support its members.