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Unity and hard work will ensure victory in 2024 – NPP Deputy Organizer

Deputy organizer of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) in Bono region, Safura Mohammed Suraj, said it will take hard work and a united front for the party to secure a decisive victory in the 2024 general elections.

She said, “Although the NPP has a better chance of winning the 2024 election, the Party must work hard to unite the whole family and address grassroots grievances to ensure a resounding victory.”

This was in her acceptance letter to the party after she was appointed assistant regional organizer.

Safura Mohammed was recently named among seven others to serve in various capacities on regional executives following a meeting of elected executives, chaired by regional president, Kwame Baffoe.

The very first woman to hold the seat of deputy organizer in the region, in her letter, expressed her gratitude to the party leadership in the region for the honor given to her.

She further stated that she was confident that she would do her best to perform the duties that the position, which she described as privileged and prestigious, requires her to do.

Safura Mohammed said that as a political party they may have their challenges, but added that “it is undeniable that the NPP remains Ghana’s hope, and we have to work harder to break the 8, and then build on the solid foundations laid”. by the government led by Nana Akufo-Addo – Dr. Bawumia”.

The region’s NPP have their work cut out ahead of the 2024 general election. This is after they lost 5 of their 11 seats to the National Democratic Party in the 2020 election resulting in 6 seats each for both parties. A situation, according to the party, requires everyone to be on deck to reverse it.

For this reason, many party supporters and neutrals believe that the appointment of Safura Mohammed, the patron of Sunyani Tescon Technical University, is a vital addition that would ably support regional organizer Evans Afari Gyan Yeboah to achieve a greater good for the party. .

STU Tescon joins the many groups and individuals who have wished him well, and all regional executives, and urged them to work and break the 8-year political cycle.

Bono’s new Deputy Regional Organizer, Safura Mohammed Suraj, is a Certified Management Consultant and Senior Deputy Registrar at Sunyani Technical University. She is married to Ransford Antwi, a businessman in Sunyani, with whom she has three children.