He said the country depended on them as future leaders and as such, they should put in much efforts in their work to improve productivity of the organisations that they serve for the growth of the country.
Mr Boakye-Yiadom gave the advice when eight service personnel of the Birim Central Municipality picked forms at Akim Oda in the Eastern Region to contest the executive positions of the Birim Central branch of the National Service Personnel Association (NASPA).
The positions being contested for are President, Vice-President, Financial Secretary, and Organising Secretary and the elections would take place on November 22, 2019, at the Birim Central Municipal Assembly Hall.
Mr George Akomea Ankrah, an aspirant for the position of President in an interview with the Ghana News Agency said it was a great opportunity for him to contest the election and that he was hopeful to win.
He encouraged his colleagues not to shy away when such chances come their way, but use to it boost their confidence.
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