The National Executive Committee and Council of Elders of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) on Wednesday held consultations with President John Evans Atta Mills, Vice-President John Dramani Mahama and the Majority Leader, Mr. Alban S.K. Babgin.
Some Ministers of State, Leadership of the NDC Parliamentary caucus and other Senior Party Members also attended the meeting called to discuss the most appropriate way of dealing with concerns expressed by some members of the Party regarding the internal communication process, and the channels for addressing members concerns.
A statement issued in Accra on Thursday and signed by Mr. Johnson Asiedu-Nketiah, General Secretary said the discussions were frank, constructive and cordial and those present made useful suggestions about deepening the process of consultation between the Executive and the various arms of the party.
The statement said: "It was agreed by members present that the discussions held had been very useful and provided the opportunity for the Executive to clarify a number of concerns that had been raised, and offered the other members present an opportunity to express their opinions on recent developments in the run up to the Party's Congress to be held in Tamale in January next year.
A decision was taken to make these consultations between Government and Party a more regular feature in order to ensure that unity, internal cohesion and the focus on dealing with the development challenges facing the nation was maintained.
It was also decided that there would be an outreach programme to touch base with Ghanaians everywhere in order to assure them of Government's unity and focus to improving their living conditions and fulfilling the NDC's manifesto.
The National Executive Committee assured all Ghanaians and members of the NDC that the Party was committed to working with President Atta Mills to ensure that the NDC's administration was able to perform successfully and fulfil its manifesto commitment to build a better Ghana for all Ghanaians.
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