NDC not dead, on holidays- former Volta Regional Minister

NDC not dead, on holidays- former Volta Regional Minister

The former deputy Volta Regional minister, Francis Ganyaglo has said that the National Democratic Congress (NDC) is only on holidays, and that the party was not dead.

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According to him, the party seems quiet because they were preparing to re-launch themselves again after their defeat in the 2016 general elections.

NDC not dead, on holidays

Francis Ganyaglo

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He stated that while the NDC may be in opposition now, it would strive to maintain a good relationship with the media as they plan to get back in power in 2020, as such, he called for more support from the media.

Mr Ganyaglo was speaking at a gathering of media practitioners at an end-of-year get-together under the auspices of the Volta Regional branch of Ghana Journalists Association.

Among the dignitaries present was the Member of Parliament for Ho West, Mr Emmanuel Bedzrah and Mr Kwame Agbodza, the Member of Parliament for Adaklu.

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While making his address at the gathering, the Adaklu MP, Mr Agbodza said that the NDC had no qualms against the creation of a new region in the Volta, expressing his hope that such an exercise would lead to the development of all.

The Ho West MP, Mr Bedzrah also said that the Volta NDC group in parliament was making efforts to hold regular meetings with stakeholders that will push for development in the region.

He added that annual end-of-year get-together would be opened to include some chiefs and other members of parliament in the region.

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NDC not dead, on holidays

Source: Yen.com.gh

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