LOCAL NEWS: NPP,NDC in Western North pledged to support Affrah, Ghana’s Most Beautiful Show Contestant

..For Immediate Release


This is a joint communique emanating from the quarters of the two major political parties in the region, ie the ruling New Patriotic Party and the largest opposition party the National Democratic Congress.

This has become imperative because politics indeed is all about development whether personal or collective.

To begin with, the Western North Region as we have today was carved out of the Western Region some three years ago. Before, the region formed the northern part of the Western region.

It will interest you to know that our region now houses most of Ghana’s natural resources which brings us foreign exchange.

These resources include cocoa, gold, bauxite and timber. On top of this is our rich human resource capital.

This joint statement is to epitomize to the whole region and beyond, our resolve to shoulder each other irrespective of our political affiliation.

To be much clearer and straight to the point, we wish to, as political parties, to pledge our unflinching support for the rep of Western North Region in the ongoing *GHANA”S MOST BEAUTIFUL REALITY SHOW*. We are indeed in support of AFRAH.

This is one way that showcases our region to the world and we highly associate with it. It is imperative to note that, this also can help bring developments to our region.

We are hereby calling on all stakeholders to join this noble agenda for us to push our region to the next level. We are not oblivious about the support of our Nananom and other key stakeholders but we rest not till we clinch on to the crown.

Arise Western North Region!!!
Arise Western North Region!!!
Arise For AFFRAH!!!


Long live Western North Region!

Sam Jerome
Western North NDC Communication Officer

Harry Yaw Addo
Western North NPP Communication Director

Released on 12th September, 2022

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