The NPP Northern Regional Chairman hopeful and philanthropist, Mr. Adam Samba has donated an ultra-modern communication office to the northern regional communication directorate of the party.
The office has been furnished with all the communication tools including three Hp lap tops, two desktop computers and accessories, an LED television screen, fridge as well as wireless Internet connectivity.
Also, the NPP communication office will be given one thousand Ghana Cedis (Ghc 1000.00) every month to take care of communication expenditure.
Handing the office keys to the Northern Regional NPP Communication Director, Mr. Mohammed Abdul Kudos, Mr. Samba said, the communication directorate is an important outfit for the party’s communications as communicators play the role of propagating the party’s policies and agenda to the masses hence there can never be a party without a communication team.
The NPP philanthropist said, donating to the office to the Regional communication team is to further enhance effective party communications.
The Regional Communication Director of the party, Mr. Mohammed Abdul Kudos on behalf of the Regional Executives and communication directorate of party thanked Mr. Samba for his philanthropic gesture.
He said, the party is overwhelmed for such an ultra-modern edifice adding that, it is unprecedented in the history of the party in the region.
Similarly Mr Samba has extended his philanthropic gesture to supporting the organization of the annual delegates conference in the region. The current regional chairman, Mr. Bugri Naabu disclosed this at the conference after he openly mentioned Mr. Samba as his most likely successor. The conference which was held at the Radache Conference Center in Tamale on Sunday, 30th July, 2017, brought together Members of Parliament, Ministers and deputy ministers of State as well as other government appointees from the northern region to take stock of the party’s activities in the region. It was very successful both in terms of patronage and substance. He further donated an undisclosed amount to each of the 31 constituencies in the region to support them get back to their various destinations.
By: Prince Kwame Tamakloe/kesmifmonline.com