The New Patriotic Party (NPP) Oti Regional Women organizer hopeful, Atese Leona Osibo Baah a.k.a Otiwaa has pledged to resourced the women’s wing from regional to polling station level of the party in Oti Region when she’s elected.
In an interview with Otixpres.com on her campaign tour to the Nkwanta North Constituency, Otiwaa stated her plans and good initiatives to reshape the party to look more attractive.
“We’ve a lot of Women groups within the Oti Region, I want to bring all of them on board, organize programs that are attractive enough to leo other people who are not members to join the party. I also want to look at education, skills and empowerment mostly the youth and women, I know that once the women are shouted out we’ve a strong front to fight to be able to change the narrative”, adding that, she’ll put women in agriculture into cooperatives to get more support with farm inputs and many.
She added: ” Breaking the 8, personally I’ve seen it has become a slogan, but I want to let everybody know that ‘Eny3 Bet33, 3nda F3m’. Before we can break the 8 it depends on you and I, we should check ourselves, at times our attitude and words put people off from joining the party. NPP is not the majority therefore our actions needs sober to friend other people, organize attractive programs to bring new faces into the party”.
Madam Atese Leona Osibo Baah assured that, together with her executives if elect will target and consider the most likely Constituencies and focus in resourcing them to win those seats as a simple strategy of good mapping.
“When I come in together with my other executives, I’ll insist that let do targeting, let sit down and plan, let do mapping to see that what strategies are we bringing, which areas are we likely to win and which area are we not so with our resource, we’ll do a special mapping to where the gap is so close in that way we’ll be able to win those seats”.
The aspirant pleaded with humility that, the delegates should consider her and she’ll rekindle the women’s wing of the party in Oti Region.