A fiery member of the Ashanti Regional Communications team for the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Jennifer Queen has urged party members to reach out to people in the hinterlands with the message of change.
According to her, the NPP was dominant in the big cities of the country while little work was being done in the villages of the country.
She, therefore, urged party executives to redouble the efforts that were geared in whipping in line regional, constituency as well as branch executives for the task ahead.
Speaking to the Ghanaian Observer Newspaper in Kumasi, Miss Queen said ‘it was not enough to sing the tune of change in cities while nothing is heard by our people in the villages of the country’.
Stressing with profuse passion, Miss Queen noted the party was fighting from a deficit point since the ruling party was well resourced than the NPP.
This deficit, she stressed needed a better strategy to surmount, adding every party member should be involved in reaching out to the electorate.
”We are fighting with a party which is not only an incumbent government but one that possessed more resources than us making our work difficult”, the communication member posited.
According to her, ‘the NPP can only have the advantage by reaching out to every household with the message of hope Nana Addo is promising’.
Miss Queen stressed the importance of conducting voter education for party members since research had proven many of its members were spoiling their votes.
Other workshops and capacity building programs, the communication member noted was necessary to be organized for party workers so as to make them abreast of their functions on voting day.
”Since most of our people and party executives from constituency to branch will be party agents on election day it will be prudent to get them the needed knowledge so as to make them aware of what they are supposed to do on that day”, Miss Queen stated.
She added, ‘though am confident of a Nana Addo victory in December 7th, however, I believe the party should keep up with time so as to make our people ready before voting day since this election is about the youth and our destiny”.