President John Dramani Mahama on Thursday delivered his final State of the Nation Address to Parliament.
His comes two days before he hands over power to President-elect Nana Akufo-Addo, following his defeat in the December 2016 presidential election.
In his speech Mahama defended his record in Ghana, saying that the country's economy was better off than it used to be.
His also made reference to efforts his administration had made to end the power crisis which bedeviled the country during his tenure.
Mahama also made efforts to gains made in education, health and infrastructural development.
He railed against what he called unjustifiable cynicism and insults in politics and called for bi-partisan solutions to the problems the country face.
The outgoing president also called on Ghanaians to give Akufo-Addo all the support he requires to succeed as president.
In a related development, Mahama's security was breached when a women held on to him and refused to let go as he made his way to his car after delivering the SONA.
Watch the video of that encounter below: