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17-Jun-2018  
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Mr Razak Kwadjo Opoku, Founder/Leader of the Concern Voters Movement, has appealed to the New Patriotic Party (NPP) delegates to reward the Ashanti Region, it's stronghold by voting massively for Henry Nana Boakye (a.k.a.Nana B) as the National Youth Organiser.

He said: “We cannot afford to ignore the competency, solid organisational skills, top-notch communication skills and boundary spanning skills of Mr Nana Boakye ahead of the 2020 election.”

Mr Opoku made the remarks when he granted an interview to the Ghana News Agency at the weekend in Accra.

He described Nana B as a boundary spanner and a resource investigator who can reach out and attract first time, floating/neutral and real Voters.

Mr Opoku said Boakye fully understood and appreciated the utilisation of voter psychology, value maximisation and relationship management to mobilise the youthful voters towards achieving a convincing and resounding victory for President Akufo-Addo in the 2020 Presidential Election and retain and secure more parliamentary seats for the Party.

The CVM Founder said the National Chairman, General Secretary, National Treasurer, National Organizer and National Women Organizer executive positions would be occupying by persons not coming from the stronghold of the Party.

“With all humility and respect to the delegates, overwhelmingly vote for Henry Nana Boakye as the National Youth Organizer to represent the Ashanti Region on the National Steering Committee, the organ responsible for the day-to-day running of the Party.

“Our Stronghold, the Ashanti Region deserves more than a Deputy National position.”
 
 
Source: GNA
 
 

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