First Deputy Majority Whip and Member of Parliament (MP) for the Ayawaso West Wuogon constituency in the Greater Accra Region has begun series of programmes to retain enable her retain her seat.
Lydia Seyram Alhassan has indicated to her constituents that they have a message and a good product to sell to the public for the upcoming 2024 general elections. She called on those who are not yet to be part of the NPP train to join HANDS with them in unity in order to work together to break the eight in the 2024 general election.
The law maker is confident of winning again irrespective of whoever the National Democratic Congress (NDC) would present in December 2024 because she has brought massive developmental projects to the constituency within the last four years under review,…
“I have worked and still working tirelessly since my election and my works can be seen in all the 13 electoral areas,” she stated.
According to Hon. Seyram Lydia Alhassan, the New Patriotic Party (NPP) is the most attractive political party in Ghana today, and it is the only party that attracts University Students and that “the NPP is the only party that wins the tertiary institutions in the capital”.
Madam Seyram who led the constituency executives to a Health Walked and talk dubbed “energizing the base to break the 8” asked the constituents to get involved in the upcoming District level elections while urging them also to register in the upcoming limited registration exercise in order to vote when the time comes.
She was accompanied by the Deputy Majority Leader and MP for Efutu, Alexander Afenyo Markin.
On his part, the Greater Regional Organizer of NPP, Prince Obeng, called on the party supporters to work hard for the NPP to win again.
He said despite the fact that, the economy is currently under pressure, things are bound to get better in no time.
They walk started from the Fiesta Royale Hotel Junction at Dzorwulu through some of the principal streets of the constituency, before finally converging at the Abelenkpe Astroturf.
By Edzorna Francis Mensah