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John Paul Danka honoured for 2 decades of dedicated service to NDC

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Member of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) Upper East Regional Communication Team, John Paul Danka, has been recognized for his service to the party. The party stated that Mr. Danka’s contribution in the area of communication has helped in the development of the party.

His recognition was at a recent capacity-building workshop for NDC communicators in the region. The workshop was attended by the National Communication Officer of the NDC, Sammy Gyamfi, and his deputies, Ako Gunn and Malik Basintale. Other high-ranking executives of the party attended the workshop.

“In recognition of your dedication and exceptional service as a valued member of our communication team for over two decades, we extend our heartfelt appreciation. Your commitment to the NDC’s mission and principles is truly commendable, and it is evident in the quality of your work and your enthusiasm. Your contributions have played a vital role in advancing our objectives and strengthening our presence in the public sphere.”

“On behalf of the entire communication team, we want to extend our heartfelt appreciation for your outstanding efforts. Your relentless service is an inspiration to us all, and we are fortunate to have you as a valued member of our team. Thank you for your continued hard work and dedication. We look forward to achieving even greater success together in the future,” the citation presented to Mr. Danka read.

When Mr. Danka spoke to A1 Radio’s Mark Smith, he remembered his days as Deputy Propaganda Secretary at the then Tamale Polytechnic where he was sworn in by the then National Youth Organizer, Haruna Iddrisu. The short recognition ceremony was done by Haruna Iddrisu and the National Communication Officer for the NDC, Sammy Gyamfi. He appreciated the party for recognizing his contributions to the party.

As a skilled communicator, Mr. Danka called on young communicators to be respectful of their opponents as well as hosts and producers of the various political programs.

“Political and social communicators should appreciate that communication is a powerful tool that can make and unmake a person as well as a whole community, if not a nation. Communicating for your party is not all about talking about just the opponent, but: Positively and constructively critiquing the opponent, Providing positive, possible, and implementable alternatives to governance, Measuring the tone and temperament of your language, Reading wide and accustoming yourselves with trending developmental approaches, and Very importantly, respecting hosts and opponents on set irrespective of who they are, and remember your audience are the millions outside listening or watching you and not the crew and co-panelists in the studio or set,” he said.

Source: A1radioonline.com|101.1MHz|Mark Kwasi Ahumah Smith|Bolgatanga|

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