There is no denying that the President, Nana Akuffo Addo, has been celebrated over the years for his commitment to the development of Ghana in terms of infrastructure projects that have been commissioned and others completed, such as roads, airports, schools, and water in some areas of the country.
Akuffo-addo recently revealed in his post the projects he has commissioned as well as some ongoing ones in the northeast of Ghana that still need to be completed. Among these initiatives are the recently constructed North East Regional Coordinating Council building and the new regional office for the Youth Development Agency, both of which were inaugurated on August 6,2022.
He continued by revealing his examination of the Agenda 111 hospital project, one of four built in the northeast and currently under construction in Yunyoo.
In reaction, Some of his admirers responded by commending him for his diligence and asserting that the visibility of these initiatives is undeniable proof of his labor.
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