Bawumia To Raise Funds For NPP Membership Cards


Vice President, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia has pledged his support to the governing New Patriotic Party’s (NPP) ongoing membership drive.

He will be leading a fundraising campaign to provide and pay for the full cost of membership cards for all polling station and other executives of the Party at all levels.

This came to light when Dr. Bawumia paid a working visit to the headquarters of the NPP to interact with Party executive and staff.

He was given a rousing welcome by the national leadership of the Party led by Stephen Ayesu Ntim, National Chairman and Lawyer Justin Kodua Frimpong, General Secretary and party supporters.

The visit was an indication of his support to the “Party-Government Engagement” initiative introduced by national executive, aimed at bridging the gap between government appointees and the Party at all levels.

National Chairman, Stephen Ntim among other things, commended the Vice President for making time out of his busy schedule to interact with Party executive and staff at the headquarters.

Chairman Ntim was particularly enthused about the Vice President’s visit, which gesture he said, confirms how popular and all-embracing the initiative had assumed.

The Vice President expressed profound gratitude for the warm reception given him and his entourage and congratulated the National Executive on their respective electoral victories at the recently held National Annual Delegates’ Conference of the Party.

He commended them for an “excellent start”, and urged them not to rest on their oars as the task of retaining power in 2024 was involving.

The Vice President described the Ntim-Kodua-led national officers as a “formidable team” with the wherewithal to lead the NPP to secure an emphatic victory in the next general elections. He extolled them, so far, for the rolling out of the Party-Government engagement initiative, the successful launch of the new membership card, and a host of other initiatives all of which, are geared towards touching base with the party grassroots.

Briefing the leadership of the Party about his role in the current administration, Dr. Bawumia noted that his primary role as Vice President is to support the President execute his mandate particularly in the implementation of various campaign promises and policies. He reiterated government’s determination to addressing socio-economic conditions in the country. The Vice President concluded his remarks with a pledge of his continuous support to the Party.

The General Secretary, Lawyer Justin Kodua Frimpong, commended Dr. Bawumia for the visit and reiterated the commitment of the National Executive of the Party to serve as impartial referees in the forthcoming parliamentary and presidential primaries.
He appealed to all prospective aspiring candidates to respect the rules of engagement and eschew conducts that may divide rather than unite the party.

The Vice President was accompanied by Fred Oware, Augustine Blay, Dr. Gideon Boako, Fred Opare Ansah, Amma Frimpomaa, Dr. Kabiru Mahama, Dennis Aboagye, Yaw Adomako Baafi and several others.


By Vincent Kubi