The National Democratic Congress (NDC) has revealed a series of significant appointments to key positions within the party.
These designations, intended to enhance the party’s leadership and operational prowess, were formally declared in a press statement endorsed by Fifi Fiavi Kwetey, the General Secretary of the NDC. The NDC revealed that these fresh appointments garnered unanimous endorsement during the party’s National Executive Committee session held on Thursday, August 24, 2023.
- Vice Chairmen: The party has appointed three distinguished individuals to serve as Vice Chairmen: Professor Joshua Alabi, Dr. Samuel Sarpong, and Abdul Rauf Khalid. Their inclusion is expected to bring a wealth of experience and expertise to the party’s leadership.
- Director of Elections/IT: Dr. Edward Omane Boamah has been entrusted with the critical role of Director of Elections and Information Technology. This position is pivotal in modern political campaigns, ensuring efficient and effective election strategies.
- Director of Legal Affairs: Godwin Kudzo Tameklo will now serve as the party’s Director of Legal Affairs. His legal expertise will play a crucial role in navigating legal matters and upholding the party’s interests.
- Inter-Party/CSO Relations: Dr. Peter Boamah Otokunor, the former Deputy General Secretary of the NDC, has been appointed to lead the party’s Inter-Party and Civil Society Organizations Relations. This role involves building collaborative relationships with other political parties and civil society groups.
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These appointments arrive at a critical crossroads in Ghanaian politics, aligning with the NDC’s aspirations to position itself strategically for the future. They underscore the party’s unwavering commitment to inclusiveness and tapping into a diverse pool of talents within its fold.
Fifi Fiavi Kwetey, the General Secretary of the NDC, conveyed strong confidence in the recently chosen members of the party’s leadership. He emphasized that their proficiency and unwavering commitment would greatly contribute to the NDC’s ongoing initiatives, including engaging with voters, fortifying its organizational framework, and establishing a more formidable political footprint.
Through these well-calibrated appointments, the NDC is priming itself for the unfolding political terrain, with a dual objective of effecting positive change and nurturing ambitions for success in the 2024 elections. These steps underscore the NDC’s resolute mission within Ghana’s dynamic political landscape.
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