Ghana is a democratic country. It gives freedom to all its citizens including the right to vote and be voted for. Its democratic nature as given the people the opportunity to choose who they want to be as their president and so the aspiring candidates put a lot of time, effort and money into their campaign so as to win.
His Excellency President Nana Akufo Addo was able to secure a full two term as the leader of this country. After repeated trials he was finally able to achieve his dream. He is now in his second term and after which he won't be able to run as a President again.
It's been over one year since he came into power and Ghanaians have started numbering the number of days he has left. He has 721 days left. That is approximately 2 years till a new president is elected.
Akufo Addo has tried as a President to bring about some changes in the country and so he should be appreciated for that. However, there are still some unfinished businesses he has too do before he leaves and so hopefully he will be able to accomplish them. Some think that because he is leaving, that means he does not care.
That is not the case though. Ghanaians should learn to have more faith in their President and hope for better days to come.
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