In a fervent display of commitment to their cause, the NDC National Women’s Wing recently inaugurated and sworn in the Working Committees at Kwesimintsim Constituency. The event, held on Friday, 3rd May 2024, at 12:30 PM at the Kwesimintsim VAG West (Obiri Lotteries), saw enthusiastic participation from party members.

Under the theme “Women In Politics: Their Roles Towards Election Victory, 2024,” Dr. Hanna Louisa Bisiw-Kotei, the National Women’s Organizer for the NDC, led the swearing-in ceremony. Dr. Bisiw-Kotei emphasized the importance of unity within the NDC family and urged members to propagate the party’s message, particularly the 24-hour economy policy, to constituents to secure victory in the 2024 general election.

Highlighting the crucial role of leadership, Dr. Bisiw-Kotei stressed the need for H. E. John Dramani Mahama as President and Prof. Jane Naana Opoku-Agyemang as vice president to lead the charge in rescuing Ghanaians. The event was graced by the presence of Lawyer Philip Fiifi Buckman, the NDC’s parliamentary candidate for the Kwesimintsim constituency, along with other NDC executives.

The inauguration ceremony served as a rallying call for NDC members, resonating with hashtags such as
reflecting the collective determination to secure victory in the upcoming election.

This event marks a pivotal moment in the journey towards achieving electoral success, with the NDC Women’s Wing leading the charge in mobilizing support and championing the party’s agenda.