Kofi Jumah Fights for NPP Loyal Ladies
FORMER MAYOR of Kumasi, Maxwell Kofi Jumah, has tasked the Nana Akufo-Addo-led New Patriotic Party (NPP) government to provide jobs for the teeming unemployed members of the party.
According to him, some of the party’s youth had sacrificed their time and energy to campaign vigorously to help the President and NPP win the 2016 presidential elections.
He mentioned the famous Loyal Ladies Club, a vibrant NPP female group, made up energetic and hard-working ladies, as one of such groups that campaigned for the party.
Kofi Jumah, who is noted for his outspoken nature, said he was not happy that most of the party’s energetic youth, notably the Loyal Ladies Club, are still unemployed after their hard work for the party.
The former NPP Member of Parliament (MP) for Asokwa constituency, therefore, implored government to come out with innovations that would help provide decent jobs for the party’s youth.
He was addressing hundreds of party supporters during a mammoth workshop to mark the two years anniversary of the club at the True Vine Hotel in Kumasi on Saturday.
For her part, the Loyal Ladies Captain for Ashanti Region, Martha Koduah, said as part of the celebrations, her group had organized a health screening exercise for Bantama Market women and also embarked on a cleanup exercise and a float through the principal streets of Kumasi.
She acknowledged Henry Nana Boakye, aka ‘Nana B’, who is vying for the NPP National Youth Organizer position, for joining them to embark on the float.
By: Kojo Essel