The president of the Republic of Ghana, His Excellency Nana Akuffo-Addo in an interview with Kwame Sefa Kayi on the kokrokoo show today made known to Ghanaians his mind on certain issues and addressed according.
He addressed the 499 incumbent lawyers who were rejected unfairly in their recent examinations saying they were not the only ones to have faced such unfair treatment and that several others before them went through same and worst things, and that he would put measures in place to solve it once and for all.
He also revealed that the past government, NDC was accusing them of abandoning projects and all but he said there was no truth in that matter. He also continued by saying that he's been going round to supervise ongoing projects such as roads, schools, hospitals in the country, checking to see if there are any issues that needs his intervention and as he moves around, he takes advantage of that to also thank all who voted him into government. He said, "even people who lost the elections are going round thanking people, how much more me.''
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