An aspiring National Vice-Chairman of the National Democratic Congress, Mr. Samuel Ofosu-Ampofo, has warned the party of the dire consequence propaganda against aspirants seeking national officers in the party's upcoming congress in Kumasi, could do to the NDC if not nipped in the bud.
Amongst the vibrant political parties in the Ghana, only the NDC seems to place more priority on using propaganda to propagate their message. Within the party’s structure, there is a Propaganda Secretary ably assisted by a deputy.
Ahead of the NDC’s congress to elect officers on Saturday, Hon. Samuel Ofosu- Ampofo was confronted with a question which sought to know the camp he belongs to.
In response to the above question on Peacefm’s midday news, the former minister of Local Government and Rural Development simply stated that “I don’t belong to any camp. I am in the NDC camp”. He explained that some weak candidates deliberately tried to tag their contenders with camps just so delegates would hate them.
Hon. Samuel Ofosu- Ampofo further added that they were all propaganda tactics which was bad for the NDC if allowed to continue. According to him, if such ploys were allowed to stand, it could only create an environment for people to run down credible candidates who can move the party forward.
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