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Upper East NDC Communication Bureau promises to keep government on its toes in 2023

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As the new year begins, new things are expected to happen in the country especially in the political space as political parties are preparing grounds and restructuring all their activities ahead of next year’s Presidential and Parliamentary elections.

It is in this regard that the communication wing of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) in the Upper East Region is assuring the people of the region of their commitment and readiness to keep the NPP government on its toes for the government to deliver all the promises it made before the 2020 general elections.

Speaking to A1 Radio, the NDC Upper East Regional Communications Officer, Abdallah Jonathan Salifu, said the governing New Patriotic Party has failed to fulfil the many promises it made to the people of the Upper East Region hence the need for the NDC communication team to hold the government accountable. 

“As a communication wing we intend to do more than we did in 2022. We have our action plan in place and we shall implement it gradually. In the region, the constituencies are all in a better position with fresh blood mixed with some old faces to make sure that we give Ghanaians something better from opposition. It is clear that if you don’t have a very strong opposition you would always be taken for granted so that is what we are determined to do; to hold the government in check and hold them to make sure that they provide what they have promise,” he said.

But speaking on the same platform “Daybreak Upper East show” on A1 Radio the Deputy Communications Director of the governing NPP in the Upper East Region Andrew Atariwini said, in the year 2023, the NPP as a political party is poised to take political communication to a different level.

According to Mr. Atariwini the communication team of the governing NPP in the region is ready to deploy various communication tools in bringing out the government’s achievements and policies to the people of the Upper East Region and beyond. 



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