The National Democratic Congress (NDC) has asked the National Peace Council to select a venue for the much-awaited dialogue between them and the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP).
They also want the Council to serve as a mediator for the dialogue the President Akufo-Addo has requested in order for the two major parties to find a solution to the party militia menace in the country.
This is a response to a letter written by the NPP’s General Secretary John Boadu asking the opposition party to select a venue of their choice for the meeting.
While agreeing to the NDC’s request for the scope of the dialogue to be expanded to include multiple stakeholders, Mr. Boadu in that letter assured that the “NPP avails itself for this consideration at the meeting which will afford the two parties the opportunity to agree on the various stakeholders to be invited in the subsequent engagements.”
He added “the NPP proposes that this crucial meeting comes off during this week at a venue convenient to you. And so, we entreat you to as soon as possible get in touch with the Party when you find a suitable venue for this meeting.”
Source: Ghana | Myjoyonline