Most Presidents love to leave a legacy during their term of office. This practice is not limited to only presidents. Most leaders in several organisations always have the notion of leaving a legacy.
A legacy among other things is that which keep reminding people of the good works that one has ever done. Most of the legacies are named after those who did them. The president of the Republic of Ghana, as per his comment is willing to be remembered by a developmental project. As per the the recent comment of the president of the republic of Ghana, Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo Addo, he wishes to construct the project in the Oti Region to ease their transportation issues.
The president of the Republic of Ghana has been on a tour to some of the regions in Ghana and he has been commissioning certain projects that are going on in those regions. Most of the projects are under the president's one district one factory agenda.
Many reactions have emerged at his comment and many Ghanaians doubt if he would be able to accomplish the project since he has other projects like the agenda 111 in progress.
According to the president, however; he is dedicated to construct the bridge on the Oti River before his term of office ends. He has mentioned that he is in alliance with Netherlands to complete the project.
Lartey believes that the president is only building castles in the air, but Johnny Wise claims he would be very happy if that could be done. Yaw Asante only finds it difficult to believe because the president has agenda 111 which has the aim of constructing one hundred and one hospitals in selected regions and districts of Ghana ongoing.
Dele seeks to draw the president's attention to the issue of the construction of the cathedral in which it was suggested for Ghanaians to contribute towards its building. He has asked the president not to seek for funds for the construction of the bridge.
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