The President of the Republic, Nana Addo Danquah Akuffo-Addo delivered his first address of his second term on the state of the nation. The event took place at the House of Parliament in the presence of many dignitaries and international observers.
The event was graced with the presence of many dignitaries and other international observers who stormed the Parliament House to witness the event. Among the dignitaries were Vice President Dr. Mahamadu Bawumia, Speaker of Parliament Rt. Hon Alban Bagbin, First Lady Madam Rebecca Akuffo Addo, Second Lady Samira Bawumia, Chief Justice Annin Yeboah, Members of the diplomatic corps and Members of Parliament from both sides of the political divide.
The President speaking showered praises on the Supreme Court of Ghana over its final decision on the 2020 election petition that was filed by Mahama. According to Akuffo-Addo, the ruling was an excellent one and would go a long way to deepen Ghana's democracy.
However, the President announced some measures which are generally good news to every Ghanaian if realized. The President promised an increase in Tertiary enrollment to 40% before the end of his second term in office.
Speaking further, he promised the establishment of some 32 TVET institutions across the country and the improvement in the working conditions of teachers. In the Education sector, he indicated that government is taking measures to absorb BECE registeration fees of all public schools.
On the issue of Identification, the President indicated that the national ID would be linked to all other documents of identification by the end of his second term.
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