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Which candidate has better infrastructure tracked, presidency debate

Former president Mahama and Nana Akufo-addo.

The presidency of John Mahama began on 24 July 2012 and ended on 7 January 2017. John Mahama became the 11th president of Ghana after he succeed John Atta Mills who died in office on 24 July 2012. Prior to that, he serve as vice president of Ghana from January 2009 to July 2012.

Mahama is the first vice president of Ghana to take over the presidency from the death of his predecessor and is the first head of state of Ghana to have been born after Ghana Independence

He was elected after the December 2012 election to serve as full time president he contested re election for a second term in the 2012 election, but lost to the New patriotic party candidate Nana Akufo-addo. This made him the first president in the history of Ghana to not have won a second term.

Upon assuming office, Mahama continued the BETTER GHANA AGENDA POLICY, vision initiated by his predecessor, John Atta Mills.

President John Mahama on Ghana's development path on the time of Mahama, our country is in good health. The economy is bursting with promise, and in terms of development we are taking considerable steps along the right path. Over the past three years much has been achieved in pursuance of BETTER GHANA AGENDA. Despite the fact that we have experienced some internal and external difficulties, we have reason to believe in Ghana hopeful future.

We are therefore watching development in the global economy with a sense of Hope and apprehension, and with an eye towards preparedness. Construction of new roads has advanced, substantial investment program in the education sector, expanded several hospital across the country. With these few his scored B3.

President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-addo is asking Ghanaians to exercise patience as the government works to mitigate their plight amidst the challenges confronting the economy. He said just as the country's founders painstakingly worked to ensure Ghana's Independence, his government will also take time to build the economy.

We must have the pride to acknowledge that we have made positive strides. We must also have the humility to appreciate that we still have some way to go. We must have the patience to accept that just as our fight for freedom and Independence was not achieved in a day so too, national prosperity will not come overnight said Nana Akufo-addo. E8 for you

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