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Governance in Ghana now a pathetic tale of broken promises – Sammy Gyamfi

Sammy Gyamfi is aspiring to be the National Communications Officer of the NDC

A National Communications Officer aspirant of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), Sammy Gyamfi has stated that governance in Ghana has been reduced to a pathetic tale of broken promises, stinking corruption and obscene cronyism.

According to him, Ghanaians are witnesses to the campaign of lies and calumny that led them to reject a hitherto highly impressive government of John Mahama for a government that has become the greatest deception of our time despite the NDC’s solid record in 2016.

“The poor performance of the NDC in the 2016 General Elections completely belies our strong record in government. Deep soul-searching and reflection upon our performance in the 2016 Elections, has confirmed that our party communication machinery was very weak prior to the 2016 General Elections, and this contributed partly to our abysmal showing in the 2016 General Elections,” he said during the launch of his campaign.

Sammy Gyamfi added that this motivates him to quickly get over the disappointment of not winning the 2016 general elections, take up the challenge of charting a new course for the communications department of the NDC.

Highlighting on his campaign message, Mr Gyamfi said “Election 2020 is a must-win for us. However, this victory will not come as a mere consequence of the abysmal performance of the Akufo-Addo-led Government. Our strategies, policies and programs going into the 2020 Election must be propelled by research-driven and cutting-edge communication that positions us as a better alternative to the incumbent government.”

He said with him as the communications officer, he has no doubt that victory will the NDC in the 2020 general elections.

“I hereby extend an invitation to all members of the NDC, and all well-meaning Ghanaians to join us as we work to put our nation back on the track of progress, peace and development.”

Source: www.ghanaweb.com

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