Georgina Ayamba
Georgina Ayamba

Upper East Regional Women’s Organizer of the New Patriotic Party, Mrs Georgina Ayamba, is targeting to ensure that 80 per cent Members of Parliament in the region for the NPP in the 2020 general election.

Mrs Ayamba who envisaged increasing the party’s fortunes in the region has promised to mobilise women and all identifiable young women groups and well-wishers of the party to ensure the set targets were achieved.

She indicated that the current set of executives of the party would not relent in their efforts “to make a positive difference” come 2020 elections.

Mrs Ayamba was elected women’s organizer for the region in the just ended regional delegates conference of the New Patriotic Party held at Bolgatanga and was overwhelmingly endorsed by the delegates with 162 votes thereby beating five other candidates.

In a statement copied to the GNA, Mrs Ayamba was grateful for the confidence reposed in her by the delegates to lead the women’s front as the party’s Upper East Regional Women’s Organizer.

The statement also thanked the party members, the Electoral Commission, the security agencies, the media and other key bodies that contributed towards the peaceful conduct of the election.

According to her, the peaceful manner in which the election was conducted was another bragging right to the NPP in relation to how “Ghanaians made the right choice by handing over the management of the affairs of this country to the party at the 2016 general elections”

She therefore admonished members of the NPP “to continue to promote peace and love” among themselves.

The Regional Women’s Organizer reminded party members “to continue to see the overriding interest of the party as a non-negotiable goal they must all pursue and protect”

She cautioned party sympathisers to “keep guard against playing into the snares” of their “political detractors who have become so desperate for power that peddling of untruths on a daily basis has become their stock in trade”

Mrs Ayamba used the opportunity to wish all Ghanaians a belated Happy Workers’ Day and a Happy Mother’s Day in advance.


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