As part of strategic campaign messages to break the Eight (8) in the 2024 general elections, the National Chairman of the governing NPP, Stephen Ayensu Ntim, on Tuesday, 27th September, 2022, held a roundtable discussion with all the 16 Regional Directors of Communications of the Party together with the National Communications Director and his Deputies.

The discussion forms part of a strategic workshop organized for the newly appointed communications directors.

It also centered on contemporary developments regarding party and government communications, and the steps being taken by the Ntim-led administration to better the lot of party communicators.

Mr. Richard Ahiagba, the national communications director used the occasion to enumerate some of the challenges facing party communicators across the country and the best possible ways to addressing same in order to boost the morale of communicators.

On his part, the National Chairman of the Party, Stephen Ayensu Ntim assured the communication directors of the unflinching commitment of the national executives to resourcing the communications outfit and supporting the work of party communicators particularly in the area of capacity building.

According to Chairman Ntim, the victory of the NPP in the next general elections shall be largely contingent on the work of party communicators in propagating the achievements of the Akufo-Addo government to the Ghanaian people. This, he said, has informed the decision of the party leadership to prioritize the welfare of party communicators.

While commending them for their hard work thus far, the National Chairman implored all the 16 regional communication directors to lead their respective regions especially the various constituency communications officers, regional communicators and serial callers in propagating the good works of the government.

The National Chairman was accompanied by the Director of Finance and Administration at the NPP Headquarters, Mr. William Yamoah.

Source :expressnewsghana.com

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