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Nana Konadu Agyeman Rawlings

8 responses

9 11 2009
Saviour Kojo Ametepe

Dear Peoples Mother,
I just want thank God for your life for all what you are still doing for the Nation even though you in office but you still do what will bring real life to the poor. May God continue to bless you and our Daddy and give you long living, good health and may He continue to protect you from your enemies.
Regards to all and keep it up we praying always with you. Thanks
Bro. Saviour
Italy.

10 11 2009
thomas adabogo

dear mother konadu,iam thomas adabogo from the upper region of ghana but currently in tema,iam 20 years of age and have completed my secondary school sucessfully in 2006 but due to financial problems i came down to look for a job.my comment here to just to appreciate your kind spirit of kindness even when you are in trouble.i really wish all ghanaians womens were like you and pray that you one day become vice president of ghana.my mother by name awini adabogo from bawku west-zebilla in the upper east region has been a fully member of the 31 december womens movement even when you were in court for the last 8 years they were still strong members and my advise for you is to try reach the villages especially zebilla-kamega where my mother lives to let them have some hope that the movement is still effective.hope to hear from your reply .my contact is 0249684238.may god bless ghana..

10 11 2009
Priscilla Tokpo

Dear Madam,
My name is Priscilla, a young and upcoming entrepreneur in the Volta Region.

I have been trying to organize and state a learning and a garment training center for our unemployed and underprivileged youths in the region and it has been so and very difficult.

please what and how can you help me.

thanks
Priscilla

11 11 2009
Fui Agbenu

Please Mama, I have read you will vie for the first vice-chairmanship position. Please Please Madam Rawlings you are the Queen Mother (Virgin Mary) of party and we revere you, No position in the party will be bigger than MOTHER of out Great Party NDC. Yes we will continue to inundate you with complaints, and for consultations, because you are our mother. Mama please you don’t need the chairmanship position.

Please Madam Rawlings you and your husband ‘the Great one’ JJ Rawlings won us (NDC party) 2008 election – The Rawlings Factor in Ghana have a 45% support of Ghanaian voters and 45% is bigger than chairmanship position.

Madam Rawlings thank you, for your good work for Mother Ghana.

26 01 2010
Fui Agbenu

Dear Madam, congratulation for winning the first vice-chairmanship position. I can now fully understand why Madam Rawlings, you chose to become national executive member of the NDC, having read the Press statement one will beginning to think after changing the dynamics NDC by winning a position have also created a conquerable problem. One hope the 31st December Women’s Movement (DWM) will continue to grow from strength to strength maintain unabated work that help to put NDC back into government.
Madam Rawlings thank you, for your unflagging work for NDC and Mother Ghana

23 03 2010
isabelle

i love you mummy rawlings

13 04 2010
Susan Mensah

Dear Mrs Rawlings

Congratulations on your appointment as Vice Chairman. I think the work you’ve done for women in Ghana has been outstanding and inspirational. I’ve admired you from a far for many years. Many years ago whilst working at the Ghana High Commission I joined the 31st DWM. I have a career in the arts and I’m in the process of attaining a masters in Education, Gender and International development. I am currently working for an organisation in the US touring contemporary art exhibitions worldwide to raise awareness on critical issues such as climate change and gender based violence. I am in the process of project managing an exhibition to Ghana, Nigeria and Senegal in 2010 – 2011 to raise awareness on violence against women and we are looking for partners in the region to collaborate with us on this socially important issue. We hope to engage with UN and government agencies and women’s group in the region. This exhibition aims to raise the profile of women in the region through the arts. We hope involve women in the exhibition and will distribute cameras within communities to enable women to document their daily lives. This will promote inter-regional dialogue and debate between women on gender based violence. Please let me know whether the 31DWM would be interested in being involved in this project. It would be wonderful if we could also encourage other prominent women in the region to get involved. I would be very grateful for your input and any support you can offer – no matter how small.

Best wishes

Susan Mensah

9 07 2010
joseph kow amissah

God bless you and the former president for your good job done and your love for mother ghana

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