Kojo Danquah, one of the bright National communication team members of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), has announced his intention to contest the Eastern Region Communication Officer position of the party. He made this declaration on his official social media platforms.
According to Mr. Danquah, "In my quest to help the Great NDC back to power, I have chosen to brighten the corner where I come from, the Eastern Region, with effective communication."
He noted that his priority is communicating to influence more people in the Eastern Region to vote massively for the NDC come 2024. He further indicated that he would bring communication to the people's doorsteps and engage all sympathizers, well-wishers supporters, and region members to unify the party to remain focused and resolute towards the 2024 elections.
"Effective communication is a crucial component of the ticket to victory for this Great NDC come 2024. However, the materialization of this triumph necessitates the election of people who are adept in the communication field." He stated.
Mr. Daquah further indicated that at this stage, the party needssomeone who is vibrant and can communicate well with interpersonal skills to physically engage the people to market the party for victory in 2024. He contended that his excellent human relations and ability to devise innovative ideas put him in a strategic position to take up this role to transform and revive the spirit of the people to come out and vote massively for the party in 2024.
In his press release, he noted, "I have the required competence and skills to execute the duties of the Regional Communication Officer by bringing communication to your doorsteps. I believethat when we change the way we communicate, we change the mindset of the people."
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