A lot of Ghanaians, particularly from the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), have raised concerns about the government's agenda111 project. They claim the agenda111 project is just another rhetoric from President Akufo Addo.
The surprising twist to the discussions on agenda111 came when the Presbyterian Moderator, Rt. Rev. Prof. J.O.Y Mante, called critics of the agenda111 project witches and wizards.
The former Member of Parliament for the Mion constituency, Abdul-Aziz Mohammed, has said that he will cast his vote for the NPP in 2024 if President Akufo Addo can complete the agenda111 project before he leaves office.
Abdul Aziz made this pronouncement on 'GH TODAY' on GHONE television this morning, 6th September 2021, when he reacted to comments by the Presbyterian Moderator.
According to Abdul Aziz, the comments by the Presbyterian Moderator about critics of the agenda111 project are unfortunate because history tells us that Akufo Addo cannot complete it.
"I want to make a more emphatic statement here that if President Akufo Addo can construct the 111 hospitals before he leaves office in 2024, I, without any conditions, will cast my vote for the NPP."
Abdul Aziz indicated that we all know the track records of the NPP. They couldn't construct even one hospital in five years, so he is sure that Akufo Addo cannot complete the agenda111 project before he leaves office.
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