My government has saved Ghana from its economic mess – Akufo-Addo brags

My government has saved Ghana from its economic mess – Akufo-Addo brags

- Akufo-Addo has stated that his government, in the last couple of years, has been able to clean up whatever mess the NDC left behind

- He described the backlog of problems he inherited from the Mahama administration as “economic mess” and the “recklessly-incurred energy debt”

- He added that his government is doing all it takes to sanitise the energy sector which has been plagued with debt

President Nana Akufo-Addo has stated that his government, in the last couple of years, has been able to clean up whatever mess the National Democratic Congress (NDC) left behind after he assumed office.

He described the backlog of problems he inherited from the Mahama administration as “economic mess” and the “recklessly-incurred energy debt”

Addressing party faithful in Toronto, Canada, Akufo-Addo noted that the NPP out of dedication and hardwork, has stabilised the economy of Ghana

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“All of us in government, by dint of hard work and prudent management of our resources, have been able to steer our country out of the stormy waters and economic mess that had characterised the years before 2017,” he said.

President Akufo-Addo stated that his government has cleared the GH¢1.2 billion arrears inherited from the Mahama government, which has, as a result, brought the operations of the National Health Insurance Scheme back to life.

He added that his government is doing all it takes to sanitise the energy sector which has been plagued with debt.

“We are also sanitising the energy sector, by ridding it of billions of recklessly incurred debts from the Mahama government that threaten to strangle our public finances,” President Akufo-Addo added.

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In other news, YEN.com.gh has learned that Elisha Debrah Odoom, who contested for the just-ended New Patriotic Party (NPP) polls for the Ajumako Enyam Essiam seat in Parliament, has reneged on a promise.

Information available shows that he promised to donate 11 cars to the constituency office of the party if he won the primaries.

10 of the cars were to be distributed to the 10 zones in the constituency and the final one given to the constituency office itself.

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