First Vice Chair of the incumbent National Democratic Congress (NDC) and former attorney general Betty Mould Iddrisu has expressed disappointment in what she describes as the skewed manner at which the media in the Ashanti Region disseminate issues related to national development - a development which she reveals make her feel "pained" for been an Ashanti.
The NDC bigwig addressing a cross section of party faithful and local media in the Ashanti Region lamented over what she considers to be the overlooking of massive achievements in both the education and economic sector under the Mills-Mahama administrations.
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She therefore charged the media to not just remain highly objective when it comes to issues related to development and governance but also see to it that the progress of Ghana especially the Ashanti Region is duly commented on.
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Her comments come in the wake of the NDC lacing its boots for both its presidential-parliamentary primaries in November 7 as well as the general elections in December 2016.