Being factual about the day to day running and ruling of a country is something that every citizen should do, even when one's life is threatened. Nobody will come to Ghana our noble home and develop it for us or will they leave their lands and tell us what is actually happening here and what we need to do. We know the good things that our respected and Noble leaders are doing for us and we can't say thst we are not grateful for their hard work.
Every country should have a leader that will oversee their developmental welfare, social welfare and the likes so as to ensure that every citizen has a better life. And frankly speaking both the two major Political parties in Ghana are indeed doing their best.
The National Democratic Congress which is also known as the NDC have been instrumental towards our progress and so is the New Patriotic Party helping. This doesn't mean that the other Political parties are not included they are, but they have not heavily involved in the running of the nation just the the two main Political parties NDC and NPP.
The National Democratic Congress through the leadership of late President J. J Rawlings, late President John Atta Mills and former President John Dramani Mahama can be said to have brought a lot of developments during their term of office.
They helped bring back the peace we had right after Independence and gave us hope when there was none, their developmental projects can be said to be the best after the Convention People's Party but when it comes to Policies that are meant to benefit every human being in the country be it the rich or the poor, the educated or uneducated, children and aged the New Patriotic Party has no equal even in this recent times they are still the best.
Let us take note of some of the policies that were implemented by the NPP, with the purpose of benefiting everyone in the country.
1) First of all the New Patriotic Party can boast of the Free SHS program, where every senior high school student goes to school free and is even fed with free food.
There is free tuition fees, no admission fees, no library fees, no science centre fees, no computer laboratory fees, no examination fees, no utility fees, free textbooks, free boarding and free meals and day students get a meal at school for free.
2) Also one can talk about the Nation Builder's Corbs, popularly known as NABCO. The incumbent President Nana Akufo Addo was the brain behind all this NABCO policy.
About 100,000 graduates are employed and currently the government is planning to employ them permanently in the public sector.
3) And finally, we also have the National Health Insurance Scheme that started in 2003 under the then President John Agyekum Kofour. T
he program a form of national health insurance established to provide equitable access and financial coverage for basic health care services to Ghanaian citizens. Currently most people in the country are benefiting from such initiative and policy.
There are definitely a lot of other policies that the article might not have hammered on or talked about. But you now have the chance to let everyone know, tell us by commenting and sharing your opinions. If the NDC has
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