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Aspiring National Organizer of the ruling New Patriotic Party who also double as the Board Chairman of the Youth Employment Authority, (YEA), Sammi Awuku has taken his campaign train to the three Northern region, Upper East, Upper West and Northern region of Ghana.

The admirable National Youth Organizer who is nicknamed Capo in political fraternity played an instrumental role in the victory of his party chalked in the 2016’s general elections is expected to meet and interact with delegates concerning his plans and vision when given the nod as the National Organizer.

He has so far visited Wa Central, Wa East and Wa West which took off on Sunday and is yet to visit and interact also with delegates from Sisala East and Sisala West, Lawra and others.

He is again expected to hit the Upper East on Monday targeting the Bawku, Navrongo and Bolga zones of the Region.

Sammi Awuku who has been heavily tipped by many pollsters to win the election hands down, has also been keen on transforming the electoral fortunes of the party, making it an election-winning machine.

Mr. Awuku picked nominations forms on last Wednesday morning from the NPP headquarters at Asylum Down having gone through the required processes, including making payment for the forms.

He ended his campaign in the Ashanti region last week with massive support from the party’s delegates.

While in Ashanti Region, Mr. Awuku made known to the delegates that he would work closely with all the party’s organizers and the grassroots members, who are very important, regarding the party’s electoral fortunes.

He promised to help improve the NPP by organizing a series of training programmes for party organizers to sharpen their expertise and capabilities to make them more efficient and also by offering himself to serve the party at large just as he did for the Youth Wing

Source: Josephine Acheampomaa

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