Solomon Nkansah, the National Communications Director for the National Democratic Congress has urged leading members of the party to cease all media rants on issues facing the party.
According to him, the members of the party should concentrate on making efforts towards a comeback in 2020.
"Our party is now in crisis but we must also try as much as we can as party members, to protect the image of the party since we have election 2020 ahead of us. The media must help us [NDC]," he said, in an interview on NEAT FM's morning show.
His comments follow the statement released by the National Election Review Committee a few weeks ago, that expressed disappointment in some leading members of the party sharing their views with various media outlets on issues concerning the party, especially on the cause of their election defeat.
The committee urged the supporters to remain patient while the report from Kwesi Botchway-led committee is pending.
"The Committee would like to urge party members to resist the temptation to engaging in recriminations and finger pointing, so as not to undermine the integrity of the committee’s final report and recommendations, sour the atmosphere for the conduct of the committee’s work.
The committee’s doors are open and we urge all party members who have issues to raise or concerns to express to direct them to the committee to help the search for solutions to the challenges confronting the party," the statement said.
Meanwhile the former minister of trade and industry, Ekwo Spio-Garbrah has said the NDC is like a "broken down car that needs to be fixed."
He urged Ghanaians to end the assumptions of the factors leading to defeat of the NDC in 2016, while noting that it was imperative the problems in the party are identified and fixed.