Western North: Nana Addo’s government has lived up to save Ghana – Suaman DCE.
The District Chief Executive for Suaman District, in the Western North Region, Hon. Philip Boahen, has stated that the NPP government led by President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has delivered on its promise of making Ghana’s economy bouncing back and safer despite the current economic challenges.
Hon. Boahen said that, compared to other African countries and the world at large, Ghana is relatively safer and peaceful in economic life because of investments the government has made in the feat of securing the economy.
The DCE, who said this in an interview with Appiah Kubi on Tain FM Anopa Nkommo, added that the Covid-19 pandemic woe affected in dismissing most workers in job opportunities, but the government of Ghana did not, which he insists that the NPP government has done exceptionally well in ensuring Ghanaians do not feel much of the impact of the pandemic therefore will continue to invest in the agencies so that they will have all the needed accessibilities of economic freedom to protect the citizenry.
“Undeniably, the economy is that of a challenged one presently within the global pace, yet the NPP government has shown a disparity to remain the better managers of the country’s economy”, Hon. Boahen emphasized.
The District Chief Executive again assured Ghanaians of the continuous commitment of president Addo-Addo and the NPP government in ensuring the economy remains robust and offer the opportunities for all and sundry.
He further accused the National Democratic Congress (NDC) of politicizing every issue in the country instead of offering constructive criticism and alternative solutions.