As a reaction to the #JohnMahamaBuiltIt trend on Twitter today, a counter reaction has emerged with the hashtag #AkuffoAddoBuildingMore to show that in spite of the hardships caused by the coronavirus pandemic on Ghana's economy, President Nana Akuffo-Addo is still doing well.
According to these advocates of President Nana Addo, he is a hardworking and caring president who has the concerns and grievances of Ghanaians at heart and is working hard around the clock to get things done. They posted serveral achievements of President Nana Akuffo-Addo with the hashtag #AkuffoAddoBuildingMore.
Take a look at some of them below:
"The government's Police Housing Projet is in progress. The phase three (3) of the Security Services housing programme is also being constructed by the Akuffo-Addo led NPP government." Tweeted by @Chairman1
"The Pokuase Interchange located at Pokuase Junction is fully completed and ready to be commissioned. Old boy is Show boy. My prayers are solidly behind him." Tweeted by @AfiaSerwaa
"The Akuffo-Addo led NPP government has through the National Petroleum Authority (NPA) revised the sulphur content standard from 3000ppm to 50ppm." Tweeted by @CoffeeBabe
"In the quest to ensure hygienic and an Cholera-free environment for all Ghanaians, the NPP government has built more toilet facilities KVIPs than any other government in Ghana."
"Poor roads have always been a problem in Ghana. This is one of the causes of road accidents. Thankfully the government is working on fixing and constructing new roads to enable transportation." Tweeted by @CoffeeBabe
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