Members of the various NPP Loyal Ladies have been urged to set targets for themselves as they embark on house-to-house campaign ahead of the December 7 general election.
Abdul Ganiyu Mohammed, Western Regional Organiser of the party who made the call, stressed that their house-to-house campaign will not impact positively on the NPP’s electoral fortunes if targets are not set.
The organiser has, therefore, charged each of them to at least target 10 voters in their respective constituencies, visit them regularly and ensure that these voters exercise their franchise on the the day of the election.
He also charged them to identify problems of targeted voters, report them to party leadership and go back to verify whether these problems have been solved.
Speaking at the inauguration of the Effia constituency chapter of the Loyal Ladies on, Mr Ganiyu said the constituency has voter population of about 44,000, and charged the ladies, led by Commander Sharon Prah, to use their charm, beauty and eloquence in wooing majority of them for the NPP.
No ‘skirt and blouse’
The regional organiser said information available to him indicates that some Loyal Ladies are sidelining their parliamentary candidates, by only campaigning for President Nana Akufo-Addo, and urged them to stop this negative attitude which does not auger well for the party’s electoral victory.
He explained that the President will find it difficult governing the nation if the party gets minority in Parliament.
He further reminded the Loyal Ladies that, unlike the NDC, NPP has better presidential and parliamentary candidates who are committed to developing the nation, and should therefore be given the nod.
Rhodalyn Eshun, Western Regional Captain of Loyal Ladies, advised the ladies to discard any misunderstanding they have with their parliamentary candidates, and focus on winning more seats for the party.