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UE NPP Regional Election: I’ll not be an armchair secretary – Alhaji Mogtar promises

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An aspirant for the position of Regional Secretary of the New Patriotic Party in the Upper East Region, Alhaji Amadu Mogtar Bagya has announced his plans to ensure all 15 constituency offices of the party in the region are operational and functional with administrative assistants.

In addition, he hopes to ensure there is a compilation of a database of party members in the region. This he said would create employable skills for the youth of the party.

“I am saying that I will open up and make sure our youth are employed because this is an internal election. I don’t think I would go and mount a platform, campaigning in a general election and telling the good people of Bolgatanga Central or Bawku Central constituency that when I come to power, we are going to create an avenue for NPP footsoldiers to get jobs. But this one is an internal election that we are dealing with”, he explained.

Alhaji Amadu Mogtar who said he will not be an armchair secretary when voted into office promised to institute monthly visits to constituency offices to get on the ground information about party operations.

He was speaking on A1 Radio’s Critical Issues. He disclosed further that he intends to provide administrative training to all Constituency Secretaries and Assistants “to make them more effective and up to date.”

Alhaji Amadu Mogtar who is the incumbent Regional Election/Research Officer of the NPP in the Upper East Region promised to establish a functional Research and Intelligence Unit under the leadership of the Elections/Research Officer whose duty will be to submit monthly intelligence to the Secretariat and carry out periodic research towards the 2024 elections.

Source: A1Radioonline.com|101.1Mhz|Joshua Asaah|Bolgatanga|Ghana

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