President Akufo-Addo is begging Ghanaian electorates to give him four more years which will constitute his second term, so that he can complete all the work he started during his first term in office.
Speaking to the Chief and people of the Weija/Gbawe Constituency President Akufo-Addo claims he has laid a strong foundation for the development of Ghana and his request for four more years in office will consolidate those achievements.
“…It is important that all the strong work that has gone on to reconstruct our economy, laying the foundation for Agriculture and for industry and our education and health system, we should be able to continue for the benefit of the Ghanaian people” President Akufo Addo appealed.
Critics believe the Akufo Addo administration would not have needed to beg for four more years if it had stuck to the promises it made to Ghanaians before the 2016 general elections as an alternative to the erstwhile National Democratic Congress (NDC) administration which was widely criticised as corrupt and “Incompetent”.
However, barely three years in power, the Akufo Addo-led New Patriotic Party (NPP) administration has virtually repeated most of the conducts of the NDC that it harshly criticised, including rampant hiking of taxes, high borrowing, corruptions, reluctance to build critical infrastructure, among others.