The Northern Regional Communications Bureau of the NDC has hailed the nomination of the NPP Regional Communications Director as the Mayor of Tamale.
The bureau described Mr Salifu as a committed and dedicated member of the NPP who it believes will serve the interest of the Tamale Metropolis.
A congratulatory statement issued on Monday by the Northern Regional Communications Officer of the NDC, Abdul Mumin Alhassan praised the leadership of Mr Salifu as the NPP Communication Director, saying that he transformed the NPP Communicators to become communicators who engage in intellectual debate, instead of engaging in personal attacks.
The statement noted that, this contributed to lessening tensions in the region before, during and after the 2020 General Elections.
“As regional communications director has seen a sharp transformation of the NPP communicators from personal attacks on opposing parties to a more issue base intellectual discourse. This has led to a more friendly media engagement especially to the NDC side which led to a much more lessened tensions before, during and after the 2020 election” the statement read.
The NDC believes that Mr Salifu will be able to maintain the peace and tranquility in the metropolis if he is confirmed by members of the Tamale Metro Assembly.
“It is our believe that, your tenure in office as Mayor of Tamale, will see a more peaceful, United and Joyous city.” it added.
The statement urged Mr Salifu to do things with a human face when he takes over the mantle of leadership in Tamale.
“We acknowledge the fact that development especially the central business district of the city can not be done devoid of inconveniences, however we urge that it is done with a human face.” it urged.
The statement appealed to members of the various assemblies to fast-track the confirmation of the Metropolitan, Municipal and District Chief Executives, saying that much time had been spent on the nomination process and that any other attempts to slow the confirmation process will not be in the interest of the Ghanaian people.
“Time had already been wasted during the nomination process, and any further delay may worsen the plight of the ordinary person.” it said.
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