Make Kwesi Botchwey report public - Spio Garbrah

Make Kwesi Botchwey report public - Spio Garbrah

- NDC's Spio Garbrah is calling for the Kwesi Botchwey report to be made public to all party members

- He fears the secrecy of the report could result in NDC's defeat in 2020 elections

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Presidential hopeful of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Ekwow Spio Garbrah is making a case for the party to make the Kwesi Botchwey report available to all party members.

Make Kwesi Botchwey report public - Spio Garbrah

Make Kwesi Botchwey report public - Spio Garbrah

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Spio Garbrah is warning that the decision by the top echelons not to make public the report has the potential of getting party members to repeat the mistakes that cost them the elections in 2016.

The NDC has insisted it will not make public the Kwesi Botchwey report and that the content of the report are secret and not for public consumption but this Spio Garbrah fiercely disagrees with.

“The method by which the party members can come to know the nature of the problems we had…we will go into 2020 to still make mistakes,” he stated during the NDC's unity march on Sunday.

Meanwhile, former president Mahama has revealed that recommendations are currently being put together to address the very challenges the report revealed after the 2016 elections.

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The Kwesi Botchwey report has so far being leaked to the public by a section of the media with some parts revealing that the cause of the NDC's defeat is due to mismanagement of campaign funds.

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