The Ashanti Regional National Democratic Congress (NDC) has begun a four-day retreat for all constituency executives at the Ashanti Berkwai Methodist Church.
The four-day-long retreat is to have an in-person interaction with the executives to not only assess the outcomes and excesses of the 2020 elections.
It is also to bring them up to speed with the major hurdles they faced leading to the loss of constituencies previously won by the NDC.
Due to the large number of constituencies totalling 46 within the region, the constituencies have been grouped into a cluster of four with ten to thirteen constituencies each to cover the four-day retreat.
The first day of the retreat saw the attendance of national and regional executives, former appointees and other party stalwarts.
Ofosu Ampofoh (National Chairman), Barbara Asamoah (Deputy National Secretary), Kojo Bonsu (Former KMA boss and former NSA Director), Alex Mould (Former Minister of Energy), Betty Mould Iddrisu (Former Attorney General) etc.
Mr Kojo Bonsu, whose great works during his days as the KMA boss brought massive development to the region, was present as a resource person bringing aboard his vast experience within the region to shape discourse on how to maximise the fortunes of the NDC come 2024 elections.
Constituencies within the first cluster included Fomena, Adansi Asokwa, New Adubease, Akrofuom, Obuasi East and West, Berkwai, Odotobri, Manso Adubea, Manso Nkwanta, Bosome Freho and Bosomtwi.
The retreat is expected to end on Saturday, October 30, 2021.