Vice President, Dr. Mahamadu Bawumia, says the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) has achieved a lot in its 23 months in office but has only not been able to properly communicate their achievements to Ghanaians.
Dr. Bawumia believes the current government has performed better than any other government in its first two years.
He said NPP communicators need to start taking responsibility to let the people know the massive achievements that government has embarked on.
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“There is a very good account of what we have done. But I think sometimes we are not communicating as well to understand what really we have done. It is a feeling we all need to take responsibility for,” the Vice President said while speaking with Ambassadors and High Commissioners in Accra.
“If you look at what we inherited and what we have done today, it is very significant,” he added.
Dr. Bawumia’s comments come in the wake of stern criticism from the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC).
In a recent interview, former president John Mahama accused the NPP on winning the 2016 elections on a campaign on lies.
Meanwhile, the Communications Director of the NPP, Yaw Buabeng Asamoah, has vowed to ensure that there is no divide between government and the people.
According to him, he will lead a team of communicators that will serve as a link and ensure that the people are adequately briefed on every governmental move.
“I believe with that team working strictly with them at the party headquarters and government, will be able to gather the interest of Ghanaians,” Mr. Buabeng Asamoah told Accra-based Citi FM.
“It is important that Ghanaians appreciate what government does and it is important that government receives by way of quality feedback for Ghanaians to see what government does and what they expect from government.”
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