Hannah Louisa Bissiw, the National Women Organizer of the opposition NDC has revealed that throughout the 2020 electioneering campaign, she did not receive the necessary support to enable her office make a meaningful contribution.
Hannah Bissiw has been one of the most criticized executives of the NDC ever since the Party lost the 2020 elections, with many accusing her of being missing in action.
However, the former deputy minister has disclosed that her office was given only a meagre GHS4,000 and 30 T-Shirts to mobilize the entire women in the country to vote for John Mahama.
According to her, despite this insufficient backing from the Party, she was able to mobilize enough resources due to her own industry and hardwork.
“I was not getting what I needed to work with. In the election time, the truth is one, I was given 4000 and 30 T-shirts as National Women’s Organizer. I couldn’t use it for anything. So whatever work people saw me doing all over the place and were talking that I was visible together with my women and going to markets all over.. walking at Tamale, upper East with my women and organizing Accra training were my efforts… The Tamale training cost me Ghc100,000”. She said in an interview on Power FM.