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UE: Johnson Ayine recommended for appointment as NPP Regional Communications Director

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Deputy Communications Director of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) in the Upper East Region, Johnson Ayine has been recommended to be elevated to the position of Communications Director.

A group calling itself ‘Young Communicators Group’ of the NPP based in the Upper East Region said Mr. Ayine has been committed to the elephant fraternity and has a countless number of patriotic traits that lifts him tall to be the Regional Communications Director.

“Among these traits, Johnson Ayine (Kwaku Baako) is empathetic, confident, friendly, observant, appreciative, and above all, very polite in his conversations with all manner of people. Indeed, we can’t forget to mention that Johnson Ayine is a walking example of political maturity. His Tried-and-Tested trail is his ability to research and read widely on topics for radio sit-in discussions.”

This was contained in a statement signed by the leader of the Young Communicators Group, Daniel Asebila Agengre.

Buttressing their opinion for the newly constituted executives of the party to consider appointing Mr. Ayine as the Regional Communications Director, the group said Mr. Ayine has worked tirelessly to recruit a good number of people into the communication team who are currently marketing the agenda of the party to the brim.

“Overall, he has constantly and consistently demonstrated a level play commitment and utmost seriousness to the party’s activities beyond the daily ritual of communications. Johnson Ayine is a character that no one can repel except that you hate the truth. He sticks to whatever assignment he is given without asking questions provided it is in the interest of NPP”, the statement added.

For the party to break the 8-year power cycle, the Young Communicators Group said the NPP will need the calibre of Johnson Ayine as Regional Director of Communications “to complement the enormous talents we have in the current crop of elected executives.”

The New Patriotic Party over the weekend elected its regional executives whose mandate will be to steer the affairs of the party for the next four years.

The Young Communicators Group of the NPP in the Upper East Region congratulated all successful aspirants in the just-ended elections and urged aspirants who could not win to join hands with the elected executives to work for the best interest of NPP.

Source: A1Radioonline.com|com|101.1Mhz|Joshua Asaah|Bolgatanga

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