Charles Akwasi Asiedu, the son of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) National Chairman, has entered the party’s parliamentary race.
Charles Akwasi Asiedu has declared his intention to run in the Tano South parliamentary primaries for the party.
Charles Asiedu, the former Ahafo Region Organiser, is running to replace Hannah Bissue, the NDC’s candidate in the constituency since 2012.
In the race, he will face three more competitors.
“I am always here with the people,” he said, “and they know me to be a vibrant party person who has served them in various capacities.”
He aspires to boost the NDC’s fortunes in Tano South and to act as a catalyst for change in the community.
Asiedu served two terms as a branch organizer before rising through the ranks to become the NDC’s Deputy Brong Ahafo Regional Organizer.
He was the party’s previous Ahafo Regional organizer.
Asiedu served as the National Campaign Coordinator for Dr. Hanna Bisiw’s re-election campaign for National Women’s Organizer in 2018 and 2022.
He holds a certificate from the Ghana Institute of Social Democracy in Political Leadership and Party Organization (GISD).
Asiedu graduated from the University of Ghana Business School with a Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership and Governance.
He also has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Public Relations from the Ghana Institute of Journalism (GIJ).