Augustus Andrews Nana-Kwasi, the Ashanti regional Chairman of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) has reminded their media monitors of the huge task ahead of them to ensure a resounding victory for the party come 2024.
According to him, being in opposition yearning to come into government is the time for all media monitors to justify their inclusion to ensure effective communication with regard to canvassing for votes and also reminding Ghanaians of what the NDC stands for, and the vision towards the socio-economic growth for the citizenry irrespective of one’s political sentiment, religious or tribe.
The Ashanti regional Chairman of the NDC made the remarks after the elections of the executives of the media monitors last weekend at the regional party office to steer the affairs of the members to ensure effective and efficient communication and dissemination of information to the electorates.
He was of the view that, the clear indication of the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP) media monitors being divided into the Vice President Dr. Mahammud Bawumia, Alan Kwadwo Kyeremateng and Kennedy Agyapong and for that matter lost focus, and should be advantage to the NDC media monitors but cautioned them against complacency.
According to him, the happening in the NPP communicators must inspire NDC media monitors to team up and put their houses together for effective communication through hardworking.
Alhaji Rabiu Abdula aka Senior Maharaj and Isaac Swanzy aka Sir Swanzy elected as the Chairman and Secretary respectively promised their commitment to work effectively with the media and party communicators to enhance their operation to enable the party realize the dream of coming back into government.
Alhaji Rabiu Abdula makes a passionate appeal to the NPP government to make every possible efforts to complete the uncompleted projects started by the elsewhere Mahama regime to give the region a facelift.
He accused the NPP government of refusing the payment of contractors working on the projects purposely to the benefit of the residents in Kumasi and the region as a whole.