A saying related to the Roman Empire set as the basis of President John Dramani Mahama’s request for additional 4 years to complete his unfinished massive developmental agenda of Ghana.
Addressing a Natioanal Democratic Congress (NDC) rally at Kotobabi in the Ayawaso Central Constituency in Accra on Wednesday, President JM said Rome was not built in a day. Therefore, he needs four more years to bring development to every corner of the country as he’s already started.
He expressed confidence that Ghanaians having seen the good works of his government will reward the NDC with another term in office. “In four years, I’ve done all what is humanly possible, four years is not enough, but in this four years, the good things people are claiming they have not seen my government has done, the Almighty God has seen our excellent performance.
He continued: “The massive development is going on all across the country. If it’s not roads, then it’s hospitals, provision of electricity and water, the building of factories all over. I’m confident that the good people of Ghana will honour us with another term in office due to our good works.”
President Mahama faces a herculian task of regaining another 4 years to govern Ghana as his major opponents, the New Patriotic Party forges ahead with its campaign to remove the NDC from power. m