I have shamed my critics - Nana Addo

I have shamed my critics - Nana Addo

- Nana Addo says his administration has chalked much success in two years

- The president believes his campaign promises including the Free SHS policy have been achieved

- Nana Addo embarked on a 5-day tour of the Ashanti Region

President Akufo-Addo has patted himself on the back saying his administration has achieved so much in just two years. The president says his administration has succeeded in successfully implementing the free senior high school education.

Nana Addo says even though his political critics argued that the funding of the free SHS was impossible, his administration was still able to weather the storm and get things running.

“Those who said we could not do it has been put to shame. Very soon, we will pass legislation that stipulates that every child in Ghana should go to school up to Senior High School level, at least. We don’t want dropouts. This way, everyone can find meaningful employment in this country,” he stated during his 5-day tour of the Ashanti Region.

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Nana Addo also claimed that almost all of his government policies have been achieved. According to him, “the work that we promised to do, the promises I made during the campaign period, I believe that all Ghanaians can attest to the fact that they were not idle promises, but rather promises that I honestly believed that I could fulfill, once I won power.”

Unfulfilled promises:

The success of the NPP administration was largely based on the ambitious and mouth-watering campaign promises the then-presidential candidate, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo churned to millions of supporters and voters.

Just when the NPP administration chalked hundred days in office, the vice president came before Ghanaians and spelled out what he believed to be the 100 achievements of his administration in just a hundred days.

Few years has passed since the NPP-government took office and prevailing issues as joblessness and national security continue to threaten the chances of the NPP in 2020.

Some of the major promises the government is yet to accomplish are the national ID card, completion of one district one factory as well as one constituency to one million dollars.

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