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Take communications agenda setting seriously – Cabinet to MDAs


Ministries, Departments and Agen­cies (MDAs) across the country have been instructed to prioritise the involvement of agenda setting in government communications.

The Cabinet directive aims to refine and optimise the govern­ment’s communication strategies in alignment with a broader reform initiative aimed at stream­lining government communication to the public.

The Minister of Informa­tion, Kojo Oppong Nkrumah, conveyed this directive during his public lecture titled “A legal framework for communicating governance,” which took place at the Ghana Institute of Manage­ment and Public Administration (GIMPA) on Wednesday.

Mr Oppong Nkrumah high­lighted that certain sections of the current legal framework, which facilitate the communication of governance, were characterized by ambiguity. He explained that these uncertainties within the laws often led to misunderstandings when conveying governance principles.


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