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The newly elected Deputy General Secretary of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Koku Anyidoho has indicated that the Mahama-led administration is seriously challenged in terms of communication.

According to him governments inability to effectively communicate its successes and achievements sends the signal that much is not being done to develop the nation.

We have a serious problem with our communications as a government; its a big challenge, he remarked.

The former Director of Communications under the late President John Mills administration told Citi News, he is now bringing to the fore his observation because , it would have been self-serving.

He was elated that his election as Deputy General Secretary will give him the platform to use his communication expertise to enlighten Ghanaians on the good works of the NDC government.

Now that I have the mandate to speak on behalf of the party, that is one thing that I am going to do, he promised.

Mr. Anyidoho disclosed that during his campaign trips across the country prior to the partys national delegates congress, the grassroot members of the NDC were worried that the failures of the partys communication team will lead to the NDCs defeat in 2016.

You go on the ground and people are worriedour communication is a big problem, he said.

He was however confident that serving under the able leadership of his boss, Johnson Asiedu Nketia will help improve the fortunes of the party in 2016.

Koku Anyidoho promised to manage to hem in the issues and smoothen the rough edges because its not nice. our communication is a big problem.
Source: citifmonline.com

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