Member of Tongu Constituency in Hannagara Volta Region. Kobla Mensah Wisdom Woyome (Kobla Mensah Wisdom Woyome) said that the opposition National Congress of Democracy (NDC) intends to re-launch the “Ampere” movement after the ruling party takes power.
The guest speaker said. Mensah Woyome stated that the NDC will promote traditional competitions as a national sport (if it comes to power) and will gain international recognition for it.
Therefore, they will advocate and encourage everyone, especially women, to participate and make this vision possible. According to Hon. Kobla Woyome, vision is possible, not difficult.
As a measure to promote national indulgence and participation, he said that well-known women of the country, such as the “willing vice president”, Professor Jan Nana Opku Ajimang, and several other women will participate Among them, to induce other reluctant citizens to participate. its.
“I’m sure, my vice president is excellent and affable… If she is standing with some excellent ladies and they are doing Ampe, your mother and everyone who doesn’t want to exercise will also start Is it?” He told Bigality.
According to the Tongu MP, the vision should help promote the overall health of the country’s citizens.
“This is the sure way to ensure your longevity… I am long. We work together and go all out to build Ghana.” He added.
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