Today, Thursday, April 29, 2021, the National Democratic Congress organized her Greater Accra Professionals Annual conference. The conference seeks to create a better relationship between the party leadership and the professional working class of the party. The programme saw the presence of Rt. Hon. Alban Bagbin, Former president John Mahama, Jane Naana Opoku Agyeman, Elvis Ofosu Ampofo, Peter Otukonor among a host of other dignitaries.

In a speech read on his behalf by his vice, Asiedu Nketia emphasized the importance of the professional class to the progress of the party. He called for more work for the future. Alban Bagbin on his side called for more unity between the cadre movements and the leadership of the part. He noted that the future is bright if the two worked together.

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John Mahama also called for the NDC to reorganize quietly instead of crying to the press. He was of the view that the NPP are just waiting to pounce on their crises to sway the public to their side;

“The NPP are very good. They and their media allies are good at setting propaganda. Instead of focusing on power crises, Galamsey, difficulties with free SHS, water issues, lack of vaccines, new taxes, they are talking about the NDC. If we insult each other you play to their hands and they will use it. Let us handle internal agreements. They have issues. The battle lines are being drawn for 2024. Yet, they keep it to themselves.

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Let us carry out our reorganization quietly. Normally, they invite you for programmes when something happens not because they love you. They just want you to say something controversial. Let’s all do our work at the national level and grassroots for the future” John Mahama said.

It is expected that the programme will create a better working relations between the classes of the party and advance the party to win the 2024 elections.

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