NDC@29: Rachel Appoh Shows Appreciation To The Party
Former Deputy Minister for Gender, Children and Social Protection, Rachel Appoh, has shown an elephantine appreciation to the National Democratic Congress as they celebrate their 29th anniversary.
Former Deputy Minister for Gender, Children and Social Protection during the Mahama-led administration, Rachel Appoh has shown an elephantine appreciation to the National Democratic Congress (NDC) for their enormous support and opportunity given as the party celebrates its 29th Anniversary as a Political Party.
Rachel Appoh, who is also a former MP for the Gomoa Central Constituency described the National Democratic Congress (NDC) as a great party that motivates the young women in the party to do more and reach higher heights.
She said in a statement cited on peacefmonline; "I celebrate you today for giving me the opportunity to serve on your ticket as the youngest female MP in the majority on the 6th Parliament and the Deputy Minister of Gender, Children and Social Protection of the 4th Republic.
"At least I can now boast of being the first Member of Parliament for Gomoa Central constituency, the first woman to represent on Public account leadership in the history of Ghana, the youngest among the Executives/Ministers of state, the first Woman to become a Minister in the history of these two constituencies under one District, Gomoa East, and Central respectively.
"I had the opportunity to deliver paper in different countries, ie; UK, USA, Switzerland, Turkey, Holland, Nigeria, Mexico, France, Japan, Canada, Rwanda, Dubai, Austra, Morocco, Kenya, etc and Ghana's parliament.
"I can also boast of two Masters Degrees to my credit (Msc International Finance and Accounting from University of Buckinghamshire UK and Masters in Governance and Leadership frim GIMPA), Thanks to the party's leadership for their motivation. I really appreciate this great NDC party as we celebrate our 29th anniversary.
Long live NDC. Long live Ghana.
I am grateful
Happy Anniversary NDC