All the pictures we gathered from Nana Addo's 3 day tour in Accra

All the pictures we gathered from Nana Addo's 3 day tour in Accra

- Nana Addo's presidential tour of the Greater Accra region ends on Monday

- This tour is to help the president come to terms with progress made so far .

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President of the republic, Nana Addo Danquah Akufo Addo will be ending his tour of the Greater Accra region on Monday, November 13th.

All the pictures we gathered from Nana Addo's 3 day tour in Accra

All the pictures we gathered from Nana Addo's 3 day tour in Accra

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The president's familiarization tour is part of his plans to get briefed on the progress of various programs initiated by the NPP administration.

All the pictures we gathered from Nana Addo's 3 day tour in Accra

All the pictures we gathered from Nana Addo's 3 day tour in Accra

Nana Addo's presidential tour started at the Tema harbor where he entreated upon officials of the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) to improve revenue collection.

All the pictures we gathered from Nana Addo's 3 day tour in Accra

According to Nana Addo, an improved revenue base will help " finance the expenditures we would need in our social sectors, for our education, for our housing, for our health, among others”.

All the pictures we gathered from Nana Addo's 3 day tour in Accra

From the ports, Nana Addo later visited top exporting companies in the free zones enclave where he emphasized on the various initiatives government is putting in place to help local factories thrive.

All the pictures we gathered from Nana Addo's 3 day tour in Accra

All the pictures we gathered from Nana Addo's 3 day tour in Accra

The intense part of the regional tour was when the president arrived at Abbosey Okai in Accra. It was at this gathering that Nana Addo refreshed the minds of Ghanaians on the promises government continue to achieve an example being the free SHS program.

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