May 20, 2024

The New Patriotic Party’s Nkoranza North Parliamentary Candidate, Miss Jacqueline Boatemaa Bonsu, on Friday Marc 29, 2024 embarked on a four-day extensive tour within the constituency.

The Nkoranza North New Patriotic Party’s Parliamentary Candidate, embarked on the tour with the Bono East regional Chairperson for the NPP, Chairman Ibrahim Baba Bukari, the Bono East regional secretary for the NPP, David Boakye, the regional deputy secretary, the regional organizer, and several other regional executives with the aims  to engage with former executives and party members in the constituency to better understand the challenges the party faces  ahead of the December polls and develop strategies to address them effectively.

The entourage commenced their journey from Dweneho, progressing through to Bono Manso, culminating at Kranka where they engaged with party faithful to know their grievances, and solicit for their opinion on how best to move the party forward.

The tour serves as an opportunity for the NPP candidate to connect with the local community, strengthen party unity, and foster collaboration, trust, and dialogue among stakeholders, volunteers, and supporters in the constituency.

“By engaging in direct interactions, consultations, and discussions with former executives and party members, the party can build relationships, gather insights, and co-create solutions that reflect the diverse perspectives, experiences, and aspirations of the people in Nkoranza North.” Chairman Ibrahim Baba told our reporter.

Some members of the New Patriotic Party who got the opportunity to meet the  delegation said “the party executives in the Bono East region and the Nkroranza North Partliamentary Candidate have demonstrates a commitment to grassroots engagement, constituency outreach, and democratic participation in the political process.”

By listening to our concerns, aspirations, and feedback of former executives and party members, the candidate aims to build consensus, mobilize support, and craft a vision for inclusive, responsive, and accountable governance that addresses the needs, priorities, and opportunities of the constituents in Nkoranza North.

Their itinerary intersected with the local Muslim community, where they actively participated in Friday Jumah prayers, fostering communal bonds and demonstrating inclusivity within the political endeavour.