Presidential candidate for the National Democratic Party (NDP), Nana Konadu Agyemang Rawlings has charged queen mothers in the country to be bold and assertive on national issues.
Nana Konadu Agyeman Rawlings urged the queen mothers to defend and rescue the nation from crippling under the Mahama administration.
She was addressing some queen mothers today at Ho in the Volta Region.
According to her, women form 52.8% of the population of Ghana, hence calling on them to take the affirmative action ignited by the 31st December Women Movement.
Nana Konadu empowered the queen mothers, noting down that Ghana's security has become a major problem.
She expressed worry over the perennial economic challenges confronting Ghana and believed it's time for the queen mothers and all women to demand a "say" on issues affecting the economy.
The President of the Volta Queen Mothers' Association, Mamaga Agbalisi, on behalf of the queen mothers, pledged their unflinching support for the former First Lady.