The Vice Presidential Candidate of Ghana’s largest opposition political party, National Democratic Congress (NDC) Prof. Naana Jane Opoku Agyemang, on Thursday, paid a working visit to the office of the Africa Centre for Energy Policy (ACEP), one of the energy think tanks in the country.
The visit formed part of the opposition party’s running mate’s plans to meet Civil Societies Organisations in the West African nation to interact with them and explain the party’s policies to them ahead of the December 7 polls.
In a tweet on ACEP’s official account, it read: “NJOAgyemang this afternoon paid a working visit to AcepPower to interact with staff of the organisation, as part of her #CSOs tour.”
The #VicePresidentialCandidate of the @OfficialNDCGh, @NJOAgyemang, this afternoon paid a working visit to @AcepPower to interact with staff of the organization, as part of her #CSOs tour. pic.twitter.com/Gy0gH0Dh2w
— ACEP (@AcepPower) September 10, 2020
The #Team of the #VicePresidentialCandidate of the @OfficialNDCGh, @NJOAgyemang, yesterday interacted with the @AcepPower #Team, to #discourse on issues of #nationaldevelopment & the #nationalinterest.@benboakye @bftghana @Joy997FM @Graphicgh @Citi973 @utvghana @ParliamentGhana pic.twitter.com/IkyH1BBwa3
— ACEP (@AcepPower) September 11, 2020