Vice Presidential Candidate Professor Naana Jane Opoku-Agyemang of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) has said the NDC will continue to engage the Civil Society Organizations (CSO), and political parties and work together to consider the voices of Ghanaians.
She has made the statement on Thursday 10 September, 2020 in a meeting with IMANI Ghana, a think-tank organization that serve as intermediary between political parties; government and the people.
Madam Jane Opoku-Agyemang also added that the NDC party will change the statusco of the regular politics where the selected few parliamentarians make national decisions without proper consultations from CSOs and the people as they should. Rather, they will involve Ghanaians in national discuss.
She says the NDC believes the engagement of CSOs and the people will be the hallmark for national development.
“We will continue to sustain the dialogue between CSOs and political parties and work together to factor the voices of all Ghanaians into the national conversation as we work together for development.” Naana Jane says.
Mr. Jane Opoku-Agymang met Imani Center for Policy & Education, Africa Centre for Energy Policy, CDD-Ghana – Ghana Center for Democratic Development, Ghana Integrity Initiative – GII and The Socialist Forum of Ghana – S.F.G