The National Democratic Congress, NDC, has introduced electronic payment platform to help party members, supporters and sympathizers to pay their dues and donations in a transparent and efficient manner, WestAfrica24.com can exclusively report.
The move is to better operation system in which the use of paper documentation will reduced significantly or eliminated with the hope of saving costs. Is also aimed at bringing transparency and accountability to party faithfuls who contribute to the running of the party.
To make the whole operations more accountable and transparent, the Regional Chairmen and Secretaries were invited to undergo training on how to use the e – payment system to collect and account for their dues without any difficulty.
Launching the electronic payment platform, the General Secretary of the NDC, Johnson Asiedu Nketia noted that the platform is an innovative way of collecting dues which will ensure smooth payment process.
He noted that the manual way of collecting is difficult which according to him lack transparency and accountability. Mr. Asiedu Nketia further stated that the NDC needs money to facilitate its day-to-day activities adding that in future both nomination and filling fees for constituency, regional and national delegates conferences as well as primaries would be paid through the E- system.
Mr. Asiedu Nketia urged all party members to take advantage of the opportunity to ensure smooth payment process. He also encouraged all aspirants to take advantage of this opportunity to ensure all members endorsing their forms are fully paid up members.
To pay dues or donation to the party, you can do to Play store or App store under the Name of NDC Ghana and on web as Ghanandc.com and *216# or *174 *24# is the short codes for mobile money users.
The programme was also be used to relaunch the special cards for members and sympathizers who would want to give financial backing to the party as it prepares for the 2020 elections.
The special cards have been given star rankings of Platinum, Gold, Silver and Bronz.
Source: WestAfrica24.com||Paul Mamattah