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Nii Tan Promise to Equip NDC National Secretariat as Deputy General Secretary

Ephram Nii Tan Sackey, a Deputy General Secretary aspirant of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), has promised to provide a comprehensive skilled data base system of all members of the party when elected at the party November 3, national delegates Congress.

According to him, even though the party already has a list of registered members at all branches across the country, there was the need to compiled them as an identifiable and workable document.

In so doing, he said, it would enable the party to know who its actual members are in its reorganisation agenda for victory in the 2020 general elections.

He added that, a comprehensive data base for the party at all levels would help eliminate the challenge of identifying who the actual members of the party are in creating opportunities for them when the party comes to power.

Nii Tan Sackey made these known after he had filed his nomination forms at the party headquarters in Accra last wednesday.

He promised to ensure a compilation of a comprehensive skilled data of all members from the grassroots in the lead up to the polls so that true members can benefit from any opportunity that might arise.

As the immediate Secretary to the Greater Accra regional elections Committee, Nii Tan Sackey, helped developed a pictorial delegates list to ensure a peaceful conduct of the elections.

Politically, Nii Tan Sackey has risen through the ranks of the party before seeking to become the NDC’s deputy general secretary.

Beside his recent role as secretary to the Greater Accra Regional Election Committe, he has been Ablekuma South Constituency Secretary, Chairman of Ablekuma South Election Committee, Deputy Ablekuma South Constituency Secretary and the Ablekuma South Constituency Election Director.

“I have worked from the grassroot level as a ward secretary, branch secretary, deputy constituency, constituency secretary, a District elections Committee secretary and at various levels in the region.”
“And this is the time for me to move to the national level and take up the deputy General secretary position to serve the party,” he said.

The NDC Deputy Secretary aspirant who is currently pursuing Law- LLB at the University of Professional Studies, Accra (UPSA) had his Masters Degree in Development Management from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) and first Degree (Bachelor of Arts) in Management and Psychology from the University of Ghana, Legon.

He also attended the Graduate School of MAMSA in the United Kingdom (UK), where had an Advanced Diploma and Higher Diploma in Sales Management and Marketing and the College of Selling Management also in the UK, where he obtained Salesmanship and Standard Diploma.

Nii Tan Sackey who had his secondary education at the Bueman Secondary School where he pursued General Arts also possessed certificates in Monitoring and Evaluation Programme from the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA) and a Certificate in Oil and Gas Project Management from the Management Development & Productivity Institute.

He promised to bring his brings accumulated experience on board to boost the values and principles of the party, specifically on issues sensitivity to confidential information, creativity, intrinsic motivation, openness to new ideas, good leadership and communication skills.

Source: therepublicnewsonline.com/Felix Engsalige Nyaaba

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