Published: 15 June 2017
Last Updated: 15 June 2017
15 Jun 2017
Papa Yaw Asare Bediako, aspiring Secretary for the Asokwa NPP
Papa Yaw Asare-Bediako, an aspiring constituency secretary in the Asokwa Branch of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) is promising to provide dynamic leadership to party faithful where their concerns would be handled more efficiently when elected as the party's secretary at the upcoming elections.
According to him, providing feedback to people who have expressed concerns whether verbally or through petitions and appeals is the best way to instilling confidence in party supporters.
Speaking to the Ghanaian Observer Newspaper in Kumasi over the weekend, Papa Yaw, as the aspirant is fondly referred to by party supporters promised to ensure party cohesion and vibrancy.
He believed party members should be more united than ever and their concerns and complaints attended to on time by the party secretariat.
Outlining his vision, Papa Yaw reinforced his desire to ensure a more united constituency where both the youth and the aged would be mobilized for grass-root work.
He believes in the provision of resources to party members to ensure more effective community and grass-root work
A revived membership drive where all residents in the constituency are approached and won to become part of the NPP is what the aspirant is promising.
Papa Yaw promises to ensure a day to day monitoring of activities of the party in the constituency so as to generate enthusiasm within the faithful and sympathizers.
PLANS FOR THE YOUTH:
Being a constituency which has more youth within its rank and file, Papa Yaw promises to ensure the strengths and capabilities of the youth are consciously harnessed for party work.
The provision of incentives to members who want to continue with their education, he stressed will be his priority.
Systems such as scholarship packages which the Member of Parliament has already started for hardworking youth organizers, tools for branch organizers and resources for area coordinators is another drive the aspirant is taking a closer look to continue.
Story by Michael Ofosu-Afriyie, Kumasi