The Kwesi Botchwey-led committee tasked to investigate the election defeat of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) has presented its 455-page report to the party.
The committee handed the official findings to the party leadership at the headquarters of the NDC in Accra on Monday, June 19.
According to Prof Botchwey, the 455-page document contains detailed accounts of what led to the defeat of the NDC.
The committee failed to meet the initial deadline since it could not start its work on schedule due to some internal mechanisms that needed to be tackled before commencing the task, necessitating an extension of their time.
The committee was also tasked, among other things, to make recommendations for the restructuring and reorganisation of the party to position it for Election 2020.
The 13-member committee toured the country to meet with the party’s grassroots and other groups to solicit information about the 2016 elections and the way forward.