Development is something that usually becomes a topic for discussion whenever a new government is voted into power.
In Ghana, it is usually observed that anytime there is a re-election of a particular political party, supporters of the opposition make sure they draw out some loopholes that they can capitalize on, to tarnish the image of their opponents.
As a way of responding to the criticisms from the opposing team, the ruling government does everything in its capacity to avoid these backslashes, by putting in place measures that can bring about long-lasting solutions to the country's predicaments.
While addressing the issue, he indicated that, after his party (NPP) was given the nod to rule for another four years, citizens have witnessed a variety of transformations in numerous sectors.
To support his claim, he cited an example by talking about the interoperability of the Ghanaian communication system.
The NPP communicator said if the targeted policies are executed after Nana Addo's second term, he is certain Ghanaians will see massive advancements in the overall state of the economy.
Furthermore, he encouraged Ghanaians to exercise patience because, the NPP government is working on getting their problems solved within the shortest possible time.
He indicated that, the challenges are not going to be tackled in a twinkling of an eye. However, it will be controlled in a gradual process, to ensure every issue is addressed.
Do you think he is being realistic?
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