Speaking on the frontline on Rainbow Radio 87.5 FM, her argument that the ministry has achieved 90% of their promises is not a joke.
Yesterday [August 26, 2020] she took part in the ‘Meet the Press’ series hosted by the Ministry of Information, arguing that the government at the local level had failed miserably.
Confirming her claims, the minister suggested that the people of Ghana re-elect President Akufo-Ado because he had promised to strengthen the activities of the district assemblies and he had provided it and, therefore, we must consolidate our profits and retain him.
"It's about leadership, it's about changing Ghana and what we have achieved. Give him another four years to do even more, so the transition to Ghana will continue. Ghana is transforming like a foreign country, but it takes good leadership to make it happen. As the transition continues we need leadership that can give direction, dedication, courage, commitment. ”
Releases to various assemblies from district assemblies Common Fund (DACF) increased from $ 461 million in 2016 to 67,967 million in 2019, said Gambaga / Nalerigu MP.
She reiterated that the government had completed 23 projects abandoned by the last NDC administration and 4 of the 72 projects initiated by the NPP had also been completed.
According to her, there are plans to reintroduce processes that allow for partisan activities in district-level elections.
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