Asiedu Nketia leads NDC delegation to attend UK lecture
The National Chairman of the main opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), Mr Johnson Asiedu Nketia, will be leading a delegation to the United Kingdom tonight, Friday, 27 January 2023, to attend a lecture to be addressed by former President John Dramani Mahama at the Chatham House.
According to the NDC, other members of the delegation include the Director of International Affairs of the party, Mr Alex Segbefia; Deputy National Women Organiser Abigail Elorm Akwambea, and the Deputy Treasurer of the party, Vida Addae.
The lecture, which is on the theme: "Africa's strategic priorities and global role", will among other things discuss the prospects for economic recovery and growth on the African continent in light of the recent debt crisis that has compelled African countries including Ghana to seek debt treatment under the G20 Common Framework.
Mr Mahama will be sharing with his audience his ideas and insights on the critical economic and governance reforms required for stability and prosperity across Africa.
He will also discuss priorities for regional integration and Africa's role and responsibilities in global economic governance.
The team, together with the former president, will hold a meeting with the UK/Ireland Chapter of the NDC as part of this visit.
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