– President Mahama is presenting his final state of the nation address today, Thursday, February 25
– The address forms part of the constitutional mandate of the president
– His address is expected to touch on the best ways to tackle Ghana’s macro-economic challenges
President John Dramani Mahama is addressing his last state of the nation on the floor of parliament today February 25.
The presentation which stands as the very last state of the nation address ahead of the November 7th general elections is expected to update parliament on the state of Ghana’s economic standing and the several fiscal policies needed to address the macro-economic shortfalls in the country.
The State of the Nation Address is a constitutional requirement that enables the President to inform the nation about current conditions of all sectors of the country.
President John Mahama pays tribute to slain Abuakwa North MP Joseph Boakye Danquah Jnr. JB was a gentleman who walked away from every conversation with a smile. JB’s absence in this house is both seen and felt. Ghana has lost a true son. He asks Parliament to observe a minute silence.
1. Education has been the single most effective way of changing the lives of many - Mahama
2. Some of our policies have become trees bearing fruits - Mahama