It is said that those who do not know where they are coming from, will probably not know where they are heading to. This brings to bare the importance of history in the lives of every person or group of people.
Perhaps, it is against this backdrop that Mr Paul Adom Otchere, the host of Good Evening Ghana show sort to trace the history of the National Democratic Congress as it celebrates its 29th birthday.
This education is particularly important for the young ones who did not have the opportunity of first hand information about the political journey of one of the two biggest political organizations in Ghana.
Speaking on his show yesterday, Mr Paul Adom Otchere said the NDC was “very brutal and brutish towards the opposition and even in their way of communication”.
He noted that the NDC as the ruling goverment between 1993 – 2000 was not friendly to the media.
According to him, when Mr John Mahama became the Deputy Minister of Communication in 1998, he adopted a more friendly approach in his communication strategy, which positioned him as the darling boy of the media.