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CSOs are key partners in development and governance architecture of Ghana – Prof. Naana Jane Opoku


To the running mate, the essence of the familiarization and working visits is to engage CSOs at first hand in their own spaces of work and to understand into much more detail what issues are of concern to them.

She further reiterated that, Her interaction with almost all the organizations She visited showed that their issues of concern are being acknowledged and addressed in the NDC’s manifesto.

According to the Professor, this shows the NDC’s manifesto is truly ‘The People’s Manifesto’.

Prof Jane expressed gratitude to the leadership of Star Ghana Foundation, COPEC, IDEG, Media Foundation for West Africa and Amnesty International, Ghana for their warm reception and the insightful deliberations that ensued on the first day of my series of engagements.

Addressing the group she further assured them that, the NDC will continue the relationship building process between political entities on one hand and civil society organizations on the other, now and when elected, as they forge a new and lasting partnership to deepen good governance, create a climate of tolerance and build a more inclusive society.

Talks Africa Media | Muftaw Iddrisu



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