The membership of the Nyankpala campus, University for Development Studies branch of the Tertiary Education Confederacy of the New Patriotic Party have welcomed the appointment of Roland Daaku Saaka Moore as the Deputy Director of NPP's campaign team in charge of Northern Ghana.
In a congratulatory message issued to the press and signed by the President Piito Mathew, the Secretary, Wandaat Y Emmanuel and the PRO Martin Amogre in Tamale, the TESCON membership noted that Mr Moore's appointment is in recognition of his hard work and selfless service to the party. "And this would inspire other young brains of the party to work hard in anticipation of similar recognition in the future," the statement added.
The statement said, "TESCON-UDS Nyankpala recognises the constant contact of Mr Roland Daaku to TESCON activities in all our campuses with his continuous encouragement and support as well as great inspiration for young activists, hardworking, affable and selfless devotion to the party".
The whole executive body and members of the confederacy, pledged their unflinching support to the Deputy Northern Campaign Director of the NPP. "This appointment and the many young people working in our flagbearer's campaign office attest to the fact that Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo is one who will work with the youth when he assumes the presidency of the nation," the statement said.
Meanwhile, the UDS Nyankpala campus TESCON is organising a strategic forum on the theme "Seven years Achievement of the NPP Government - Recipe for re-election in December 2008 elections".
Speakers of the forum will include the MP for Ahafo Ano South, S K Balado Manu, the mayor of Tamale, Mohammmed Adam Amin Anta, TESCON National Coordinator Emmanuel Attifu, Salifu Saeed, DCE for Nanumba North, Peter Wuni, DCE for East Mamprusi, Wahad Suhuniyi, Tolon-Kumbumgu DCE, and other party leaders.
According to the organisers, the forum is part of the body's strategy of marketing the achievements of the NPP government to the Ghanaian populace especially students of the institution.
He hinted that, the programme will also attract members and non-members of the confederacy in all the three campuses of UDS. "TESCON groups in the polytechnics and other small youth groups of the party in the three northern regions and Brong Ahafo Region will all be in attendance".