President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo says Ghana’s way to flourishing has been pointlessly postponed as a result of wrong policies.
He said the administration would, accordingly, bend over backward to stay away from the missteps of the past and seek after right approaches to quicken national improvement.
The President mentioned the objective fact at a durbar of boss and individuals of the Ekumfi Traditional Area in the Central Region yesterday as a major aspect of his two-day voyage through the district.
He was joined by the Central Regional Minister, Mr Kwamena Duncan, and his delegate, Mr Adjei Baffour; the Minister of Fisheries and Aquaculture Development, Mrs Naa Afoley Quaye, and the Minister of Special Initiatives, Mrs Hawa Koomson.
The President said with Ghana’s rich characteristic and HR, there was no chance the nation could be poor and underlined the dedication of the administration to completely streamline the nation’s assets and actualize reasonable strategies and mediations to enhance the expectations for everyday comforts of the general population.
President Akufo-Addo said despite the fact that accomplishing development and quickened monetary improvement would take some time, the legislature, with every one of its intercessions, including the Planting For Food and Jobs program, one-region, one-industrial facility and the one-town, one-dam programs, was sure to acquire a change the lives of natives.
He said he was upbeat that after much criticism, the free senior secondary school (SHS) approach would be taken off of course.
He approached all Ghanaians to rise and join to manufacture the nation with the goal that their vote in favor of him would not be futile.
The President additionally promised to respect the memory generally President Atta Mills by guaranteeing the improvement of Ekumfi.
He said regardless of the way that they were in contradicting parties, they were companions and all the better he could do was to realize financial development to the region.
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