Some 56 distinguished hardworking party supporters and 10 financiers of the Dome-Kwabenya Constituency of the National Democratic Congress, (NDC) have been honored by the constituency executives for their immense contributions in various areas of building the party in the constituency.
In all about 118 items are expected to go to the recipients in addition to about a thousand (1000) plastic chairs distributed to 196 branches across the constituency.
The guest of honour, the NDC National Chairman, Samuel Ofosu Ampofo lauded the move by the constituency executives in appreciating contributions people made to the party in the area.
He also suggested to the Dome-Kwabenya NDC supporters/sympathizers to try and contribute at least a Cedi each as their ‘widow’s might’ to help the constituency to run result oriented programmes.
The NDC National Chairman explained that the party in the area need to be financially strong to undertake series of party activities whichwcould help snatch the seat from the ‘failed’ and ‘incompetent’ ruling NPP.
He also charged the other chairmen from other constituencies who came to grace the ceremony, to emulate the Dome-Kwabenya example to make people see the need to donate in kind or in cash towards party activities in their respective constituencies.
Chairman Ofosu-Ampofo told the hugely attended event that the NDC is a congress and believes in hardwork and recognition, to this, he hinted that the next NDC government will work with an “NCNC” (No Contribution No Chop) formula.
The constituency chairman, Nii Lante Lamptey charged all the branch chairpersons in the constituency to give Former President John Dramani Mahama 100% vote because he is the only person the NPP know could snatch power from them and rescue Ghanaians from the hardship they inflicted on people by the Akufo-Addo sub-standard led NPP government.
The awardees include a former Municipal Chief Executive Officer of the Ga East Assembly, John Kwao Sackey, the branch Chairman Taifa taxi rank; Maxwell Komla Akpaglo, the branch Chairperson of the Atomic ward; Madam Agnes Mawuko; Isaac Dogbey, branch Chairman of the Royal De Edem at Dome as well as Madam Deborah Okailey Aryee, a senior citizen.
Source: Elikplim K. Awuyeh