Paul Adom-Otchere hails Akufo-Addo; says he is a leader that can be trusted

Paul Adom-Otchere hails Akufo-Addo; says he is a leader that can be trusted

- Paul Adom-Otchere has sung the praises of President Akufo-Addo, describing him as a trustworthy leader

- According to him, the president has confidently implemented a lot of initiatives under his first term

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Broadcast journalist and host of Metro TV's Good Evening Ghana, Paul Adom-Otchere has sung praises to President Akufo-Addo, describing him as a trustworthy leader.

According to Adom-Otchere, President Akufo-Addo, has despite a lot of propaganda and opposition, confidently implemented a lot of initiatives under his first term.

He made this known while speaking on Thursday's edition of 'Straight Talk' on Class FM.

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He added that the president was bold enough to do what a lot of presidents could not do and the fact that he was able to do it was a big plus for him.

"One thing I have to admire about Akufo-Addo is his confidence to establish the free SHS as a policy.
... when a President comes and against all odds says 'I want to establish it as a policy' and puts his foot down to do it amidst all the difficulties that we are seeing; that’s a leader that you can trust,” he stressed.

President Akufo-Addo rolled out the Free SHS programme in the first year of his first term and about 1.2 million students have been enrolled into second-cycle institutions in the past three years.

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In other news, the 2019 Corruption Perception Index released by Transparency International has listed Ghana as one of the corrupt countries in Africa in the year 2019.

With a score of 41 out of 100, the country was named along with South Africa, Senegal, Seychelles and others.

The chart shows Seychelles topping the table with a score of 66 percent, Botswana following with 61 percent, Cabo Verde coming third with 58 percent and Rwanda placing fourth with 53 percent.

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