The National Organiser of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) has entreated disgruntled party supporters to direct their complaints about the party's defeat 2016 to the Kwesi Botchwey Committee.

Kofi Adams said the Committee, formed by the party’s National Executive Committee (NEC) to investigate the NDC's loss in last year's elections, is the appropriate body to receive complaints.

Speaking to Evans Mensah on Joy FM’s Top Story programme Thursday, Mr Adams said the new craze where NDC functionaries accuse one another is disappointing.

“It is better to speak to the committee rather than competing on radio,” he said.

Tension continues to mount in the NDC three months after former President John Mahama lost his re-election bid in the 2016 presidential poll.

Former President John Mahama

The Professor Kwesi Botchwey Committee was set up to investigate the reasons behind the party’s defeat.

But just days before the committee completes its work, senior members of the NDC have been attacking former Ministers for the defeat.

NDC MP for Yunyoo in the Northern Region, Joseph Bipoba Naabu, took on former Communications Minister, Dr. Edward Omane Boamah for “deceiving” the former President.

" [Former Communications minister] Omane Boamah, what experience does he have in politics?" he said, adding he cannot win "even" a constituency election.