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Politics of Tuesday, 30 October 2012

Source: Joy Online

NPP communicators urged to use descent language

The First Vice Chairman of the Agona West branch of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Mr. Kwadwo Kwakye, has appealed to the party’s communication officers at the national, regional and constituency levels to be circumspect with their utterances to avert creating problems for the party.

He said the NPP’s political opponents, especially the National Democratic Congress (NDC), were looking for faults to capitalize on to score political points against the NPP.

Addressing some party faithful at Agona Nyakrom in the Central Region, he said communication officers should use decent language in public to win votes for the party.

Mr. Kwakye said the NDC was desperate to get another mandate from Ghanaians and it was up to the NPP to point it out to the people that the government had done nothing good to remain in power.

He appealed to the communication officers to package their messages, especially on the campaign platforms, well to make it easy for NPP to win the December election.

Mr. Kwakye said the free senior high school, quality health care, jobs and other social interventions messages from Nana Akuffo-Addo had gone down well with the people and urged supporters to step up their campaign to win more votes.

Mrs. Cynthia Morrison, a leading member of NPP, appealed to Ghanaian women to vote the NPP back to power to enable their children benefit from the free SHS policy.