10 deputy national executives and 18 directors are appointed by NPP
10 deputy national executives and 18 directors are appointed by NPP to advance the "break the 8" agenda.
10 deputy national executives and 18 directors are appointed by NPP to advance the “break the 8” agenda.
10 people have been chosen by the New Patriotic Party (NPP) to serve as Deputy National Executive members of the Party.
The appointments are in accordance with Articles 10 and 15 of the NPP Constitution and will be disclosed at the Party’s National Executive Committee (NEC) meeting on Friday, August 26, 2022 in Accra.
The NEC also appointed 18 individuals to serve as Party Directors at the National Secretariat in accordance with Article 10 of the Party’s Constitution.
These were included in a statement made public following the meeting by Mr. Justin Kodua Frimpong, General Secretary of the NPP.
According to the announcement, Joseph Nganiba Kwayaja and Chris Lloyd Nii Kwei will serve as Deputy National Organisers, while Dr. Antoinette Tsibu-Darko and Haruna Mohammed will serve as Deputy General Secretaries.
Safia Mohammed and Miriam Awurama Duah will hold the post of Deputy National Women’s Organiser, while Sandra Sarkodie-Addo and Isaac Jay Nii Amahtey Hyde will hold the role of Deputy National Youth Organiser.
According to the announcement, Abdul Taric Bonsu and Hajia Ayesha Yussif are the Deputy National Nasara Coordinators.
The Party has also appointed Mr. Dan Botwe, the Minister for Local Government and Rural Development, to the position of Director of Campaign Strategy, while Mr. William Yamoah will hold the position of Director of Finance and Administration.
Other jobs include director of elections and research Evans Nimako, director of communications Richard Ahiagbah, director of external affairs Frederick Kofi Ameyaw, director of protocols Kwodwo Afari, and director of information technology Eric Ntori.
The announcement read, “The Party takes this opportunity to congratulate all the appointees and implores them to effectively discharge their mandate as the Party seeks to win the 2024 general election,”