Speaking at the forum by the NPP’s National Youth Wing today, Gabby made it clear that the records of the NPP government under the leadership of Akuffo Addo shows that this government has built more factories than Dr. Kwame Nkrumah who happens to be Ghana's first president
"When you look into the record of this country, this government has invested in making sure that more industries are built than any government in the history of this country, since Nkrumah. We were told Nkrumah was the one who was industrialising Ghana. How many factories did Nkrumah build? And how many factories have been built over the last five, six years? Yet we are afraid to talk about these things,” he stated.
He added that the agenda 111 project has brought about several factories in the country and has created more jobs for Ghanaians. He said this government has performed marvelously well and the president needs to be applauded for that.
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