Nana Kofi Ntiamoah Hails Nana Addo For Good Work Done

Communication Member of the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP), Nana Kofi Ntiamoah has applauded the Nana Addo led-administration for the good work within 3 years in government.

Measuring the state of Ghana’s economy under the Mahama led-administration, the Communication Member alleged that nursing training, as well as teacher training allowances, were canceled during the NDC’s governance.

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“Unemployment went up to the extent that his own security adviser Nunoo Mensah advised him that the level of unemployment in the country was a national security threat”, he told Kwaku Dawuro on Pae Mu Ka on Accra based Kingdom FM 107.7

Mr Kofi Ntiamoah argued that GDP during J. A Kuffour led-administration before the NDC government was 11% before it reduced to 3.9 % as a result of putting Ghana in a total hardship.

“To the extent that we needed to take a loan for the purchase of a common T-roll”, he told Kwaku Dawuro.

According to the Communication Member, he believes that the AKuffo-Addo administration has done far better than the Mahama administration

“Let’s not forget the ‘dumsor’ era, for the first time in Ghana history, radio stations close at 6pm. Hotels and other hospitality industries were running at a loss due to the ‘dumsor’ era. That was the status of Ghana as a country”, he emphasized.

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Mosty interestingly, Nana Kofi Ntiamoah added that “Ghanaians were contemplating if Nana Addo could fulfill his promises. Nana has made Ghanaian politics proud because it got to a time that the NDC made us believe that politics was full of lies”.

“Every public SHS is enjoying free SHS as well as free feeding. The One Village, One Dam policy was fulfilled in the Northern Region in order to ensure continuous farming system even in dry seasons”, he told Kwaku Dawuro.

By: Felicia Gyasiwaah Dadzie / Kingdom 107.7 FM / Kingdom TV/ Kingdomfmonline.com / feliciagyasiwaah9 @gmail.com / Ghana / 2020

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