The President of the republic of Ghana, Nana Akufo-Addo will be delivering his first State of the Nation Address in his second term on Tuesday, 9th March 2021 in accordance with the Constitution of the country.
This happens to be the first of the nation's address to the country Ghana by the president since the resumption of office in 2021.
"His Excellency has given an indication to me that he is ready to do the obligation on Tuesday 9th March 2021”, the Right Honourable Speaker indicated".
The address will be base on the President's plans for his second term in office and also address issues of national development.
He may also address issues on covid-19 and and measures taken to curb the virus and the vaccines Ghana received to vaccinate its citizens.
The state of the nation's address will be delivered at parliament on Thursday, 9th March, 2021.
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