NPP Bono Regional Organizer supports TESCON with 200k

NPP Bono Regional Organizer supports TESCON with 200k

Bono Regional Organizer of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Evans Afari Gyan Yeboah, through the Evans Afari Gyan Foundation, has supported the Tertiary Students Confederacy (TESCON) in the region with 200,000 cedis to aid the students and their activities.

TESCON is the student wing of the NPP in tertiary institutions.

The support, he explained, forms part of the foundation’s educational module to assist some 150 students across the various campuses in the region in 2023.

He further explained that the main focus is to support students within the orphan constituencies –Wenchi, Banda, Tain, Jaman North, Jaman South, and Dormaa West, “to help mobilize support and make the party attractive for the constituencies as we forge ahead towards election 2024.”

TESCON, he said, is the main asset of the youth wing of the party that requires massive support to energize with the capacity to mobilize in the interest of the party.

Mr. Afari Gyan Yeboah spoke at a short ceremony to present a cheque of 32,700 cedis out of the 200,000 cedis to some 15 TESCON students of the Sunyani Technical University (STU) at the institution’s campus on Friday, March 24, 2023.

“For the STU TESCON members, the main focus is on the hospitality students, to support them build the industry for the benefit of the Bono Region in Tourism,” he said.

He entreated them to work hard and make the party attractive on the STU campus so they could pull more students to join the party to be able to “break the eight.”

STU TESCON president, Mohammed Sadat Wuni

He noted that politics is about how the people relate with politicians and how they benefit from governments, hence the need for the students to benefit from their hard work to mobilize for the victory of the party on campus.

The Bono Regional Organizer of the NPP emphasized the significant roles played by the youth, led by TESCON, in their previous electoral fortunes.

“Come 2024, it is TESCON that would lead the charge (to win the general elections) because the percentage of votes carried out by the youth wing in previous elections was the highest, therefore there is the need to focus well on them and make sure they have direct benefit from the activities of the party on campus,” Mr. Afari Gyan stressed.

The STU TESCON patron, Kwaku Tuah Osei

The STU TESCON patron, Kwaku Tuah Osei, expressed their gratitude to the Afari Gyan Foundation, adding that it would contribute to the human development of the members on campus and the party in general.

He described TESCON as the intellectual wing of the party, saying they are the future human capital that the party would need in the future. He, therefore, appealed to the party and other organizations to support the members, especially the vulnerable students.

STU TESCON president, Mohammed Sadat Wuni, on his part, said they are the pillar of the party and urged the students to be serious with the student wing activities on campus, geared towards the victory of the party.

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