President John Dramani Mahama has assured that once voted to power for a second term, he would create jobs and put money into the pocket of Ghanaians.
Commissioning the Fourth Community Day Senior High School at Nyanoa-Kwaobaah in the Upper West Akyem District of the Eastern region, President Mahama revealed that Ghanaians would have to bare with his administration for the economic hardships endured over the past four years explaining the move was to stabilize Ghana's collapsing economy.
"Times come when we have to squeeze ourselves a bit to do the precious things that we need in life. We cannot have money in our pockets when the roads are not good so when I win the second term then we will start putting money in your pockets," he assured.
The assurances of President Mahama comes in the wake of heightened criticisms against the move by which government has handled the macro-economic status of the country.