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05.11.2019 General News

We're In The Era Of Hope — Akufo Addo

By Yentumi Mawuli
We're In The Era Of Hope — Akufo Addo
NOV 5, 2019 GENERAL NEWS

President Akufo-Addo says Ghana under his leadership is moving into a new era of development, hope and progress.

Ghanaians, the President assured would not wish to return to the olden years where there are no Free SHS, NABCO, Planting for Foods and Jobs, One District One Factory amongst others.

He described John Dramani Mahama, as one with no record to defend, and one who has no prescriptions for the future.

Responding to John Mahama comments on Sunday, 3rd November, 2019, that “God brought NPP so Ghanaians can appreciate NDC”, President Akufo-Addo stated that “negativity, negativity, negativity” is all Ghanaians continue to hear from the NDC leader.

Speaking at a durbar of Chiefs and people of Aflao held in his honour on Monday, 4th September, 2019, the President stated that “Ghanaians have moved on."

"God is not so wicked as to punish Ghanaians again with the rule of John Mahama and the National Democratic Congress, that's not what God is going to do. Ghana has moved on, and we are now in an era of hope, in an era of progress, and we are going to march on.

He continued, "As per the logic of John Mahama, President Akufo-Addo wondered if “Ghanaians want stagnation, not progress? They want high inflation, not low inflation? Ghanaians want the unemployed graduates association, they don't want NaBCo? They want poor agriculture, not Planning for Food Jobs? No new industries, rather than ‘One-District-One-Factory’?”

The President wondered further if Ghanaians preferred the situation that prevailed under Mahama where, on average, one hundred thousand Junior High School graduates could not find a place in secondary school and had to go home because their parents could not afford it, to the current Free SHS.

“The people who were asleep when they were in a comfortable lead, only to wake up to find that the country had rejected them, they are still asleep. They will not wake up and see that Ghana has moved on,” he said.

“We had a leader who has no record he can defend, who has no prescriptions for the future, no policies for the future. We have never had any policies coming from this leader about what is going to happen in the future under him. Next year, the people who are still asleep are going to get another big jolt with an impending victory of the NPP government,” he said.

The President continued, “Bankrupt record, bankrupt future, that's what we had under this leader (Mahama).

We are not turning back; we are not turning back to the past of stagnation and no achievements. We are going to go forward; we are marching forward.”

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