The Information Officer in charge of Public Affairs at the US Embassy in Ghana, Jeanne L Clark has hinted that delay machines will be given to any radio station in Ghana upon a formal request to the Embassy.
She was speaking in Tamale at the two day workshop to train journalists, who were drawn for the three Northern Regions, on how to report on elections.
Mr Clark said it was necessary to have these machines because sometimes it is difficult to predict what a phone caller will say. She said the US Embassy is committed to the development of democracy in Ghana as they share a very special relationship with the country.
She added she was happy so far with the rate at which the electoral process is being run by the Electoral Commission and hoped at the end of it all Ghana and the US will benefit from it.
BMJ Seidu

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