The HOPE campaign, a pro-governance and accountability civil movement paid a courtesy call on the Deputy Chief of Staff & Political Assistant to the president, Mr Francis Asenso-Boakye on Tuesday, July 3, 2018.
The HOPE campaign advocates issue-based politics by prospective office seekers of our country Ghana.
It’s about choosing leaders who understand the interconnecting factors that make a nation prosper. It’s about choosing leaders who know how to surround themselves with efficient and competent people.
The key pillars of HOPE: H.O.P.E. Honesty, Opportunity, Prosperity and Education.
Discussions at the meeting centred around the grassroots mobilising work of HOPE in various communities and how best some of these interventions could be utilised by government as a foundation for meeting niche needs of certain communities.
Speaking to a select group of media after the meeting, the coordinator for the HOPE Campaign, Mr Jones deGraft Darkwa expressed the delegation's gratitude to Mr. Asenso-Boakye for his warm reception and pledged the support of HOPE to do what it could to support and compliment various government initiatives at the grassroots level.