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Many people has been wondering how President Akuffo Addo managed to win the 2020 election considering the economic crisis the country was in at that time and the many promises made by the opposition Party.
But the inside story on how Akuffo Addo was able to win the election is due to his good work and the policies he has introduced in the Economy
According to the President, “there are 2,163 projects being executed in the Country with 1,299 completed, and the remaining 864 ongoing. Out of the 1,299 completed projects, 112 are in the educational sector, 48 in the health sector, 31 in the roads sector, and 256 in the water and sanitation sector”.
Of the 864 ongoing projects comprise, amongst others, he stated that there are “51 in the educational sector, 17 in the health sector, 18 in the roads sector, and 684 in the water and sanitation sector. With four more for Nana and the NPP, we will do even more for you”
That's why Ghanaians voted for him and NPP, they have promised to do more so are we to see the NPP win in the next election?
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