Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of 3 Media Network and 3 Music Awards; the biggest celebration of today’s hot urban music & entertainment and personalities in Ghana & Africa, Sadiq Abdulai Abu, and veteran Ghanaian highlife artiste, Rex Omar, have been elected as persons who will make official, public statements; Spokesperson for the Creative Arts economy ahead of the National Democratic Congress’ (NDC) 2020 Manifesto launch.

A statement issued by the biggest opposition party in Ghana said, the two who have been tasked by the leadership of the party will work under the Communication Bureau of the John Dramani Mahama led administration to effectively communicate the programmes and policies captured in the party’s 2020 manifesto, with regards to the creative economy and will be available for media interviews after the manifesto launch which is slated for Monday, 7th September, 2020.

Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of 3 Media Network and 3 Music Awards; the biggest celebration of today’s hot urban music & entertainment and personalities in Ghana & Africa, Sadiq Abdulai Abu, and veteran Ghanaian highlife artiste, Rex Omar, have been elected as persons who will make official, public statements; Spokesperson for the Creative Arts economy ahead of the National Democratic Congress’ (NDC) 2020 Manifesto launch.

A statement issued by the biggest opposition party in Ghana said, the two who have been tasked by the leadership of the party will work under the Communication Bureau of the John Dramani Mahama led administration to effectively communicate the programmes and policies captured in the party’s 2020 manifesto, with regards to the creative economy and will be available for media interviews after the manifesto launch which is slated for Monday, 7th September, 2020.

The event, expected to commence at 6 pm tonight, will be held at the University of Professional Studies, Accra. In a communiqué to announce the preparedness of the party, the Campaign Spokesperson for the NDC, James Agyenim-Boateng said the manifesto will “represents the vision and programmes of the John Mahama-Naana Jane Opoku-Agyemang ticket for the 2020 elections.”

The party humbly calling on all media stations across the country to contact the under listed persons in respect of interviews, questions and all other queries pertaining to the broad thematic areas of the Peoples’ manifesto.

The launch of the NDC’s manifesto has witnessed various controversy as officials of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) are already accusing the opposition of stealing ideas from their document which was launched some weeks ago. Earlier, the National Communications Officer of the party, Sammy Gyamfi had announced August 31, as the date set for the launch, but this was refuted in a press release signed by General Secretary, Johnson Asiedu Nketia who said the official date slated is September 7.

Meanwhile, policies believed to be in the 2020 document have already found their way online. This includes pledges by the party to employ all national service personnel who wish to be employed permanently after service. Also, teachers will allegedly get clothes, accommodation, and transportation allowance of 10% each, which will also mean a 30% increase in salary.

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