The NPP’s General Secretary Hopeful, Richard Ahiagbah this afternoon paid a visit to the Conference ground to assist in preparation of the venue ahead of the 2017 National Delegates Conference slated for tomorrow Sunday December 17.
The visit was to inspect the area for the upcoming extraordinary national delegates conference which will consider various proposed amendments of the party’s Constitution.
Whiles other party executives and members took extra time to speak with those who wanted a piece colleagues, Richard Ahiagbah were busily assisting the women to undertake in the cleaning up and setting up the venue for the conference.
The General Secretary hopeful said he was very impressed with both the planned facilities made available for the conference.
Mr. Ahiagbah congratulated the women’s wind, especially the Ashanti Regional Women’s Organizer for mobilizing and supervising the youth, and some party constituency executives for putting up necessary logistics at the place ahead of the big day.
He further commended them for their hard work and commitment towards the party, and continues support for the NPP government.
The Aspiring GS has urged the women to support him to become the next General Secretary so as be able to implement his vision of improving party’s Infrastructural Development and grassroots services.
He therefore promised reorganize the grassroot support base of the party with the new focus based human resource development.
On the empowerment of women, Mr. Ahiagbah said, he would implement policy that will enhance the development of both women and youth of the party.
This upcoming event to be held in Kumasi is a follow up to the Annual National Delegates Conference held in August this year where various proposals were made for amendments to the party’s constitution.
An asphalt surface has been installed at the conference ground which can be used as an additional carpark and also for the siting of party executives tent, toilet trucks, ice recovery tents and other temporary facilities during events.
The preparation also features an accessible bus and taxi terminus at the venue to improve traffic flow to and from the venue, as well as pathways connecting the venue entry and exit gates that will make it safer for pedestrians and people with limited mobility.
Source: News Desk