President John Dramani Mahama says his NDC government has excelled and delivered on its manifesto promises to Ghanaians and will continue to do so.
Speaking at the first congregation of the University of Health and Allied Sciences in Sokode near Ho, the president challenged his critics to go on the grounds to see for themselves what he has achieved.
He also opined that his government would ensure access to cost-effective healthcare.
The university was established by the late President John Mills in December 2011 had its first students intake in September 2012.
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A total of 171 students graduated from the Uhas with degrees in the various health-related disciplines, including nursing, midwifery, public health, laboratory sciences, physician assistantship among others.
The foundation Vice Chancellor of the Uhas, Professor Fred Binka in his report said the university has made significant strides in its four years of existence and announced that processes are underway for the commencement of Uhas School of Pharmacy at Keta.