Speaking on Kessben FM's Maakye show this morning, the Deputy NPP General Secretary Obiri Boahen has stated emphatically that the Akuffo Addo led Government has performed way better than the previous government. "I can beat my chest" he added.
According to Obiri Boahen, since this government took over in 2017 , it has put structures and mechanisms inplace that has help reduced the corruption in the country. He made mention of the appointment of Special Prosecutor, the digitisation of systems and also the introduction of new institutions that assist the Attorney General office
He added that he agrees the previous Special Prosecutor didn't execute the work as the citizens expected but he has a great believe in the new one that very soon people who has caused financial lost to the state will face prosecution.
He also commended the government for posting newly trained teachers which according to him was like this under the previous government where newly trained teachers took a long while before getting posted.
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