For the past decade, women have demonstrated their quintessence in the public eye, especially in the political field. In the past, the femalehood were battling bashfulness of engaging with their male partners.
Now, the story is totally different, as several women have wandered into different fields of organizations, businesses, political spaces and that’s only the tip of the iceberg. Mrs. Harriet Kyeremanteng Oppong is one of the numerous women giving her all in the political world. The alumna of Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) wandered into politics at an early age.
The philanthropist cum lawmaker, recently won the seat of the Nkoranza South NPP primary, getting 666 votes, representing 84.1% of complete legitimate votes cast as against her main male competitor and former MP Charles Konadu Yiadom, who got 126 votes.
Harriet Kyeremanteng, who is the special aide to the chief of staff and deputy director of political affairs at the Office of the Chief of Staff, emerged victorious in the NPP primaries for the Nkoranza South Constituency.
According to her, the win calls for solidarity in the body electorate leading the pack up to the general elections in December 2024.
Harriet, warmly known as ‘Obaa Noaaa‘ by delegates and constituents, has vowed to bring everybody locally together to secure victory for the party in the 2024 elections.
The humanitarian attitude of Harriet has forever been one side of her, as she continues to make donations to help the penniless in society. As the executive director of Amea Foundation, Harriet Kyeremanteng has made countless donations to the Muslim communities and orphanages in the in Nkoranza South region.
Given items include: Tables and Chairs, microscopes, bags, cement, brand new Laptops to secondary schools and some other items. Her Foundation has also footed every one of the bills of numerous students and educators in the capital Accra.
Other than the abovementioned, Amea Foundation has additionally donated to- – Let the Kids Smile orphanage and Hospitals beds to St. Theresa’s Children’s ward in the same territory of Nkoranza.
As a young woman who is an advocate for women’s development and poverty eradication, is a member of the Young African Women Congress (Ghana Chapter). The latter is a congress that addresses women in leadership, entrepreneurship and politics. Harriet has been a member of Ghana’s circles to help promote the women in leadership positions.