A lot of citizens have been asking the government of the Republic of Ghana to fix the country in order to restore the Ghanaian Economy. This, according to many would help better the living standards of people in the country.
The president of the Republic of Ghana has been commissioning projects across the region in his bid to accomplish his One District, One Factory Agenda. This has caused a lot of Ghanaians to praise the president of the Republic of Ghana.
As the president is entangled with the issues of coup in Guinea recently, for the fact that he is the chairperson of the Ecowas, his official Facebook page has not seen most updates on developmental projects in Ghana.
However, the president has updated his page about a meeting he had with the Mayor of Houston encouraging him of conducive environments for investment in Ghana. Many took to his page to react and we have identified some of these comments. Below is the post of the president on his facebook page.
Below are the reactions to the post above.
Agyeman Esther is of the view that the New Patriotic Party have enrolled citizens into the public sector works in Ghana. This is something that the National Democratic Congress could not do during its tenure of office. Ghanaians can recall that during the tenure of office of the National Democratic Congress under the John Mahama Led government, there was a time that a ban was placed on recruitment in Ghana. We believe this is what Esther is referring to.
Under the Akuffo Addo led government, certain graduates from several Universities in Ghana were employed under the NABCO programme. Others are employed as public sector workers, and recently the security service forms are out to recruit citizens into that sector.
Joe Essiful has added that providing a conducive environment for employment is an act of fixing the country.
A facebook user by name Endtime Divine has prayed in his comments asking God for a conducive environment in Ghana for investment.
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