Monday, 15 April

PNC Women's Organiser resigns

Politics
Madam Hidaya S. Ibrahim

The National Women’s Organiser of the People’s National Convention (PNC), Madam Hidaya S. Ibrahim has officially announced her resignation from the party, effective immediately as of Tuesday, February 20th, 2024. 

Her decision, she explained, stems from thorough consultation and self-reflection concerning her political growth and development.

In a press release, Ms. Ibrahim articulated her belief that the present moment presents an opportune time for her departure from the party.

She expressed her aspiration to making a more substantial and impactful contribution to the politics and governance of Ghana.

The press release reads: "Effective today, Tuesday 20th February 2024, I have resigned from my position as National Women’s Organiser of the PNC and further cease to be a registered card-bearing party member. However, considering the exigencies of our time, it is important for me to quit the PNC now in pursuit of my ambition to contribute much more meaningfully to the politics and governance of Mother Ghana."

Below are details of the letter:

PRESS RELEASE

ALL MEDIA HOUSES

20/02/24

RESIGNATION FROM THE PNC

Effective today, Tuesday 20th February, 2024, I have resigned from my position as National Women’s Organiser of the PNC and further cease to be a registered card-bearing member of the party.

I have come to this decision upon wide-ranging consultation and deep personal introspection as far as my personal political growth and development is concerned.

Having joined and served the PNC in several capacities as a parliamentary candidate, Regional Executive and most recently National Women’s Organiser, I believe very strongly that this is the perfect time for me to pursue other interests in tandem with my vision as a political and gender activist.

It is never in doubt that the PNC offered me an opportunity to cut my political teeth as well as find a solid grounding in the national politics of our country and I would forever be indebted.

However, considering the exigencies of our time, it is important for me to quit the PNC now in pursuit of my ambition to contribute much more meaningfully to the politics and governance of Mother Ghana.

In due course, I shall communicate to the public my next step in politics as the 2024 elections draw closer. In the meantime, I shall continue to be the Youth and Gender Activist that I have been in service to the marginalized and underprivileged in society. Thank you

...signed…

Hidaya S. Ibrahim

Source: Classfmonline.com/Cecil Mensah