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Sammi Awuku Targets Savannah Seats

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Sammi Awuku (right) addressing NPP executives in the various constituencies in the Savannah Region

THE
NATIONAL Organizer of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Sammi Awuku, has initiated
a new political campaign strategy to help the ruling political party to win
more parliamentary seats in the newly created Savannah Region in 2020.

He firmly believes the new strategy
will help the NPP to amass more votes during the upcoming polls in order to
enable President Akufo-Addo to retain his position and continue with his good
works for the country.

During a tour of the Savannah
Region, Mr. Awuku, accompanied by Maxwell Coffie, the NPP Deputy National
Organizer, interacted with key members of the party in the region.

They engaged NPP constituency
executives at Damongo, Daboya, Sawla-Tuna-Kalba, Bole Bamboi, Salaga North,
Salaga South and Yapei Kasawgu.

During his engagement with the NPP
executives, Mr. Awuku said government had worked tirelessly to put Ghana on the
path of prosperity, stressing the need for the NPP to win the polls and sustain
its good works.

According to him, even though the NPP is the incumbent, it would not be complacent and would go into the election as an opposition party seeking political office.

He urged the party executives and rank
and file to sustain the progress made so far, work hard, and also continue to stay
united.

He urged them to continue to preach
the good works of President Akufo-Addo so they could win more votes for the
party to make victory in 2020 possible.

As part of the tour, Mr. Awuku
engaged market women, commercial drivers, dressmakers, masons, carpenters,
welders, hairdressers, health workers and teachers, where
he thoroughly explained government’s policies to them.

The NPP National Organizer used his
engagements to receive feedback on how well the Akufo-Addo government is doing
on its policies. He admonished the people to vote “Yes” in the upcoming
referendum in order to get MMDCEs elected.

FROM I.F. Joe Awuah Jnr., Kumasi



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