NPP grassroot communicator Emmanuel Abankwah believes the Nation's future is in safe hands and bright
Nana Addo is in his second term of office looking forward to continue the good works he started and the ones he has planned to complete when given the mandate once again, Mr. Abankwah said.
Lamenting further, he added when we look back into the President's first term of office he brought up many social intervention policies that curb the problem of unemployment, mentioning the likes of Nation Builder's Corps (NABCO), Planting for Food and Jobs, one Village one Dam among others.
In addition to that, the president's vision for Ghana beyond aid is a good initiative that will make the nation free from debt as well being able to cater for it own expenses in the salaries and infrastructures.
However, according to him even though acting finance minister last revealed that the county's debt to GDP ratio is almost 70 percent, the measures being put in place makes the Nation's future bright.
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