Ghana's history GDP data from 2008 to 2019.
The historic data of Ghana's Gross Domestic Product (GDP) from 2008 to 2019 reveals that Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo is a better manager of Ghana's economy than John Dramani Mahama (JDM) considering their various first terms in office as Presidents of the Republic of Ghana.
From 2008 to 2013, until John Dramani Mahama came into office as President of the Republic of Ghana, Ghana's GDP increased exponentially from $28.68 billion to $62.41 billion in 2013.
Mahama's performance in terms of GDP during his 1st term in office as President of the Republic of Ghana.
However, since John Dramani Mahama assumed power in 2013, Ghana recorded a rather decline in our GDP; since our GDP decreased quite marginally from $62.41 bullion through out his tenure of office to with a relatively slight improvement of $55.01 billion in 2016 from $48.56 billion in 2015; before Mahama left office as President of the Republic of Ghana.
Nana Addo's performance in terms of GDP during his 1st term in office as President of the Republic of Ghana.
Interestingly, upon Nana Addo's assumption of power as President of the Republic of Ghana in his 1st term, Ghana saw an excellent improvement in our GDP as it gradually rose from the $55.01 billion he inherited to $66.98 billion in 2019; a figure which exceeds the $62.41 billion John Mahama inherited in 2013.
Considering the above data of Ghana's historic GDP, one can infer that Nana Addo is a better manager of Ghana's economy than JDM; do you agree?
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