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Tamale — THE WOMEN'S Wing of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) in the Northern Region have honoured the First Lady, Lordina Mahama, for her continuous support for the needy and less privileged in society, especially in the three Northern Regions. The Women have launched what they call 'Lordina Mahama Ladies Fun Club' in Tamale with the aim of assisting the 1st Lady to carry out her vision of touching the lives of so many marginalised and vulnerable women and children across Ghana.

Speaking at the official launch of the Fun Club, which was attended by most NDC Regional and Constituency Executives, the Secretary for the Club, Madam Hubaida Yahaya said the club had positioned itself to go all out to advocate support for the 1st Lady to advance her charity work in the communities. The 1st Lady, Lordina Mahama, has in the last eight (8) months touched so many lives in Ghana, especially in the poverty stricken regions, by extending help to widows, orphans, destitute, the aged, the sick persons at the various hospitals and the alleged witches at Gambaga among others.

She is also into women empowerment and advocacy for transformation in their social and economic lives. Against this backdrop, the Lordina Mahama Ladies Fun Club which also has the objective of bringing together all the women in NDC under one umbrella, according to the Secretary, would also engage in the sensitization of women to promote sanitation and hygiene, in line with the President's vision of ensuring a clean Ghana.

She noted that the Club would also partner with other sanitation organizations such as 'Zoomlion' and 'Zoomaliance', Northern Progressive Traders Union and other organized groups to undertake clean up exercises at the health facilities and market places within communities. The Northern Regional Women's Organiser of the NDC, Madam Olivia Yakubu, commended the women for the initiative, which she said could go a long way to solidify the unity among the women in the party.

She encouraged the members to move down to the constituency and branch levels to let the public know about the good steps the 1st Lady had taken, and also stick to their mandate of promoting sanitation.