Ghana Women support President Addo

Ghanaian women Are Grateful To President Nana Akufo-Addo – Madam Kate Gyamfua

Ghanaian women are supporting  President Nana Akufo-Addo in the up coming presidential contest.

That is the verdict of the National Women’s organizer for the Governing New Patriotic Party, NPP,  Kate Gyamfua.

The woman of substance eulogised the President saying his numerous intervention programmes favour women in Ghana.

She stated that the implementation of  Free Senior High School by the president has really brought a great relief to the women of Ghana.

Madam Kate stressed that, women have suffered a lot under the former president, John Dramani Mahama’s administration because, there was no free education under his regime.

Women are so contented to President Nana  Akufo-Addo for the free education.

It is estimated that, over 1.2 million Ghanaian students are now enjoying the free second cycle education.

This has also reduced the burden of parents and guardians. She stressed.

 Madam Kate commended the Government for the financial clean up, which has saved lot of market women from losing monies.

VICTORY PROMISE

Women shall lead the NPP campaign to ensure a landslide victory for Nana Addo and NPP Parliamentary Candidates across the nation.

The four more for Nana agenda shall surely materialise with the help of Ghanaian women.

Madam Kate Gyamfua postulated firmly that, the NPP 2020 Manifesto is in favour of women. “Therefore, there is more hope for the future.”

If Students of various Tertiary Institutions are going to receive loan by not searching for any guarantors before the loan, it shall bring a total relief to women by not finding it difficult to pay  Tertiary fees.

This policy is so fantastic, so, women have to keep on projecting the good work of the NPP. She concluded by saying that,  the free maternal care which was introduced by NPP and collapsed by the NDC has been revived by the current NPP Government.

Women are grateful to the President Akufo-Addo led government. Indeed, 4 more for Nana is a must. She echoed gleefully.

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