The ruling New Patriotic Party will soon begin a nationwide exercise of compiling a register of its members at all the over 38,000 polling stations of the country. This is part of the party’s restructuring and reorganization efforts.
According to the party’s General Secretary, John Boadu, the exercise is expected to commence soon after the National Executive Committee meet and adopt the proposed modalities for its rollout.
He encouraged members of the party to go to their respective polling stations and get their details captured in the membership register, which shall be kept at the polling station levels, and updated every six months, in line with Article 3(10) of the NPP Constitution.
Mr Boadu was addressing party executives in the Bono region at Techiman as part of the nationwide tour of national executives of the NPP when he disclosed this. The tour is aimed, among others, at touching base with the grassroots to discuss pertinent issues affecting the growth of the party.
All ten national executives, who are embarking on the tour, took turns to address the meeting. The executives have so far visited Greater Accra, Ashanti, Bono, Ahafo and Bono East regions. They are expected to resume their tour of Greater Accra today, where they will be visiting some outstanding constituencies, to mark the completion of the first phase of their nationwide tour.