One of the three is the “One Constituency- One Godfather and mother” scheme which along with two others he said will establish a better relationship between the top ranks and the grassroots of the NPP>
The first policy Bawumia announced on his campaign months back was the “One Constituency-Ten appointments” whiles he intends to add “One Constituency-One welfare office,” as the third policy.
“Party loyalists tell me that when the party is voted into power to form a government, they are left out in the processes of governance,” he told party delegates in the Oti Region during a campaign stop.
Bawumia said he was coming up with the policies, which he believed if effectively utilised, the party and the government would be well integrated, a GNA report added.
Bawumia is in pole position to emerge as flagbearer of the NPP having won the preliminary round of election held on August 26.
He came top in a pool of 10 candidates being pruned down to five with over 68% of total votes cast.
The final election is slated for November 4 with Bawumia coming up against three others – Kennedy Agyapong, Afriyie Osei Akoto and Francis Addai-Nimoh.