The New Patriotic Party (NPP) General Secretary, John Boadu, has commissioned an ultramodern party office in Tolon in the Northern Region.
The office complex was constructed and donated to the party by a young businessman and party sympathizer, 33-year old, Abdul Malik Alhassan, for use as the Tolon constituency office.
The party’s rank and file in the constituency greeted the occasion with a jamboree, essentially setting the entire Tolon township agog, as evidence of their immeasurable excitement.
John Boadu began the day with a visit to the Tolon Palace, where he paid a courtesy call on the Regent of Tolon, Naa Major Sulemana Abubakari (Rtd) and his elders, at which meeting, the revered traditional ruler, among other things, hailed President Akufo-Addo and the NPP government for bringing lasting peace in Dagbon, and for the many developmental projects being witnessed in Tolon and its environs.
After the visit to the palace, the NPP chief scribe, and his delegation, then proceeded to the site to officially commission the newly constructed office.
In his remarks, Mr. Boadu conveyed the party’s esteemed gratitude to the sole financier of the project for his bold and laudable initiative to advance the course of the party in the constituency and beyond.