The National Democratic Congress (NDC) contends that the party’s contribution to the development and stability of the country is unmatched.
The party arguably is the longest-serving government in the history of Ghana, and its leadership says the history of the country cannot be well captured without the mention of it.
These were said at the launch of the Administrative history book of the NDC in Tamale in the Northern Region.
The General Secretary of the party, Mr. Johnson Aseidu Nketiah, speaking at the launch outlined why it is important for the party to document its own history.
“The purpose of writing history is to gather our current knowledge and transfer it to the future generations and to make sure where we made mistakes they will do better and write it successfully so that society can progress. We think that the history of Ghana will not be complete if we do not consciously write about the National Democratic Congress.”
”The contribution of the NDC towards the sociopolitical and economic development of this country can never be wished away. Indeed, it is so enormous that Ghana’s history would not be complete without adding what the NDC has done”.
Touching on the content of the book, the General Secretary said it is the NDC that brought the threshold on the political and economic stability in the country.
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