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Hajia Charity urges UE Regional NDC Women’s Organizer to woo women ahead of December 7, 2024

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The former Upper East Regional Women’s Organizer for the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Hajia Charity Asoema, has called on the party’s Women’s Organizer, Fawzia Abagnamah Yakubu, to be focused on wooing more women ahead of the December 7th general election.

Hajia Charity, the former Upper East Regional Organizer, said the time is due for Madam Abagnamah to intensify her campaign targeting women, in particular, at their various homes, workplaces, and wherever they can be found, and sell the NDC’s message to them.

According to Hajia Charity, proactive and strategic women’s leadership is key to the victory of the NDC in 2024, considering the fact that women form the majority in the country.

“We need to rescue this country, particularly we the NDC women. Madam Fawzia, the NDC Women’s Organizer, whatever she is doing, she has to forget about it and focus. She should focus on the women’s side by moving from market to market, farm to farm, classroom to classroom, house to house, so that we can win the women who have the power to change the voting pattern in the country.”

Hajia Charity, who was speaking to A1 Radio for the first time after she lost her position to Madam Fawzia Yakubu, also called on both executives and non-executives of the party to work hard for victory on December 7th. She stated that the country needs to be rescued from the NPP government, hence the party has to unite and work together.

“This election, everybody must come on board; it is not about you contested a position and did not win or not. It is over, all of us must come together and work hard to win the election in order to rescue Ghana, and it is not about NDC, it is about Ghana,” she said.

Hajia Charity, the NDC’s former Women’s Organizer, also took on the NPP government for its failure to develop the Upper East region as expected after borrowing more than any other government in the Fourth Republic.

Source: A1Radioonline.Com|101.1MHZ|David Azure|Bolgatanga|

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