- Former president Mahama and the NDC leadership met the leadership of the Pentecostal and Charismatic Council ahead of the party's manifesto preparation
- The meeting discussed a number of subject areas, including corruption, a national development agenda, education, the Electoral Commission
- Mahama reiterated the NDC’s commitment to social democracy and a sustained development of all sectors of the country
The opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) on Wednesday, September 11, 2019, met the leadership of the Ghana Pentecostal and Charismatic Churches (GPCC).
The former president John Mahama, held discussions on a number of subject areas and also solicit ideas ahead of the NDC's manifesto preparation.
The NDC flagbearer was accompanied by other party executives, including National Chairman, Samuel Ofosu Ampofo, General Secretary, Johnson Asiedu Nketia and former presidential aspirants, Ekow Spio Garbrah and Sylvester Mensah.
The NDC's consultative meetings with stakeholders is a way of gathering feedback ahead of the development of the party's manifesto for 2020.
Mahama said the NDC is committed to social democracy and sustained development of all sectors of the economy.
According to the NDC flagbearer, the meeting with the two councils discussed a number of subject areas, including corruption, a national development agenda, education, the Electoral Commission, security and the banking and financial sector brouhaha.
On his part, Bishop S.M Mensa, the President of the GPCC, said the church will not abandon is role in national development.
He called for the depoliticisation of appointments, adding that politicians must always seek national interest instead of personal interests.
Addressing journalists on Tuesday, September 10, 2019 General Secretary of the NDC, Johnson Asiedu Nketia, said the NPP government has made corruption a way of life.
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