30.11.2020 Politics

Consider my achievements and retain me – Akufo-Addo urges Ghanaians

Consider my achievements and retain me – Akufo-Addo urges Ghanaians
LISTEN NOV 30, 2020

President Akufo-Addo has charged Ghanaians to consider his achievements in the last four years and vote for him in the December 7 polls.

President Akufo-Addo insists that the programmes and policies implemented by his administration have helped transform the country.

Speaking on Kumasi-based Angel FM at the beginning of his three-day campaign tour of the Ashanti Region, President Akufo-Addo said his campaign messages have been received well by Ghanaians.

“So far so good. That is all I can say. I just urge everyone to come out on Monday (December 7) to cast their votes because that is the most important thing. I am also encouraged by the welcome I have received from Ghanaians. I am very sure that what we’ve done in the last fours has been appreciated by Ghanaians, and they are still with us to do more.”

President Akufo-Addo also used the opportunity to eulogize former President Jerry John Rawlings.

“I was very sad about his death. I monitored when he was admitted to the hospital, and I was told at a point in time that he was in a stable condition. So when I received the news of his death, I was very shocked. I am happy that I had a good relationship with him based on mutual respect.”

Give me four more years to make Ghana better

President Akufo-Addo had earlier asked Ghanaians to trust him and the New Patriotic Party (NPP) to lead Ghana into progress and prosperity.

He made this known at a rally in Hohoe during his tour of the Volta Region last week.

He insisted, he had performed better and wants his mandate renewed in December.

“If I have stood by my commitment. If I have remained faithful to you, then you can look at me as a man of integrity. A man who keeps his promises. A man who fulfils his promises to the people of Ghana.”

“You can trust me that the next four years is going to be even better than the four years we have gone through. I will not make any promises to you that I cannot fulfil. I will never do that.”


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