Dr Hannah Bissiw, National Women’s Organiser, NDC
Dr Hanna Louisa Bissiw is the current National Women’s Organiser of the opposition National Democratic Congress. As a former Member of Parliament and Deputy Minister, she has exhibited strong leadership to lead the women caucus of her party to occupy more seats in the next parliament.
Through her advocacy, her party inaugurated the first-ever female running mate and with her experience in campaigning, she will be seen doing a lot of work to support all women during this period.
As the leader of the women’s wing, she is responsible for the success of all female candidates under the ticket of the NDC and she has shown tenacity in making sure most of her candidates will be sworn into office in January 2021.
Kate Gyamfua, National Women’s Organiser, NPP
With over 3 decades in politics, Kate Gyamfua is the National Women’s Organiser of the ruling New Patriotic Party. This position allows her to show leadership in making sure her party secures more seats for women in parliament and also wins the presidential election.
With her background in women advocacy, she is described as the mother for all and has shown
stern leadership in leading the women’s wing of her party.