- The National Democratic Congress (NDC) explained that they would consult the board when the time is right
- The board however stated that there is no need for accreditation if the institute offers only certificate courses
The National Democratic Congress (NDC), Ghana’s main opposition party, has stated that it is under no obligation to obtain accreditation from the National Accreditation Board (NAB).
The party out doored its school a few days ago, and the NAB revealed that the institute is not accredited.
The NAB, has however indicated that there is no need for accreditation if the institute awards only certificates.
The National Organizer of the party, Kofi Adams, explained that the party’s school, National Institute of Social Democracy, is under no obligation to be registered with the NAB.
He added that to the best of the party’s knowledge, the activities of the institute do not fall under the purview of the NAB.
He nevertheless added that the party would consider consulting the NAB in future, when it becomes necessary to do so.
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