Mahama will win 2020 elections based on his infrastructure record - Ablakwa

Mahama will win 2020 elections based on his infrastructure record - Ablakwa

- NDC MP for North Tongu says John Mahama will beat Akufo-Addo in the 2020 elections

- Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa opined that the 2020 elections will be a comparison of infrastucture and the NDC flagbearer stands tall compared to the NPP's Akufo-Addo

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National Democratic Congress (NDC) flag bearer, John Dramani Mahama will win the 2020 presidential elections because of his infrastructure record in Ghana, according to a lawmaker, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa.

The Member of Parliament (MP) for North Tongu, in an interview on Citi TV, said he was more than convinced that John Mahama will win the the 2020 elections because of the massive infrastructural project the country say during his four-year tenure as president of Ghana.

He noted that the upcoming elections will see Ghanaians compare president Akufo-Addo’s infrastural projects to that of John Mahama.

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The 2020 elections will be about the track record.  It will be one term versus one term. Already, the Afrobarometer is pointing out to the fact that Ghanaians are looking forward to a government that delivers on infrastructure.

“President Mahama is known as the infrastructure king; that is the greatest selling point.  It’s fortuitous, it’s a blessing but we are saying we will not be driven into an arena of mediocrity where it becomes a race to the bottom. We want to race to the top,” the ranking member for the Foreign Affairs Committee said.

Meanwhile, a leading member of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Gabby Asare Otchere-Darko Darko has also warned Ghanaians not to vote for the NDC flagbearer to become president of Ghana because he (Mahama) has noting new to offer the nation.

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He said Mahama had the country running back to the IMF inspite of the favourable conditions he met in office.

YEN.com.gh earlier reported that some aggrieved rotational Diploma Nurses and Midwives are unhappy with the government, having gone nine months without receiving their allowances.

The rotation nurses and midwives began their twelve months mandatory rotation in April 2019 after being verified by the Nurses and Midwifery Council.

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Source: Yen

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