NPP-USA at the Funeral of the late Abusuapanin Yaw Nuamah the Father of Mr. Collins NuamahNovember 15, 2020
NPP-USA Elections 2020 Team joins Ayawaso North Constituency Health Walk and Soccer ChampionshipNovember 15, 2020
On Friday 6th November 2020, the NPP-USA Branch elections 2020 team had a meeting with the Greater Accra Regional Nasara Executives at the NPP regional office. The NPP-USA elections 2020 team members at the meeting were Obaa Yaa Frimpong, Branch Chairperson, Mad Josephine Agyekum-Wallace, Branch Communications Director, Mr Bala, Branch Organizer, Alhaji Sani Ibrahim, NY PR & Branch Communication Team Member, & Effah Ameyaw (Kakape), Branch Deputy Communications Director & PRO for NPP Chicago Chapter.
The regional Nasara coordinator was there.
The Executives expressed their disappointments in various ways and asked for help in especially the area of radio and TV Communications. Mad. Obaa Yaa Frimpong, Mad Josephine Agyekum-Wallace and Mr Bala spoke on various aspects of their concerns and asked for unity and focus towards elections 2020. Madam Obaa Yaa encouraged them to see this meeting as an time to resolve any lingering problems and know that the best way to defeat the political opponent is togetherness and commitment backed by a determination to ensure that Nana Addo is re-elected for a second term as president to continue with the good policies put in place.
NPP-USA made cash presentation of $2000 to enable the executives resolve any financial impediments and continue with the work of the campaigning for victory 2020.
On the same day and at the same venue the team attended the meeting of various women groups who were meeting with the regional women’s organizer. Madam Obaa encouraged them to continue with the good job of spreading the message of good governance everywhere they find themselves. She thanked them for being a part of the campaign and urged them to campaign like never before. On behalf of the team, she made a cash donation of $500 to the regional women’s wing to support their campaign efforts.