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General News of Tuesday, 21 June 2016

Source: Class FM

Mahama solving Ghana's problems the right way – Adams

President John Dramani Mahama is addressing the several economic and social challenges confronting Ghanaians in the right way, Mr Kofi Adams, National Organiser of the governing National Democratic Congress (NDC), has said.

According to him, in spite of critics saying the president was not doing enough to solve the problems confronting the people, Mr Mahama had instituted several measures including the establishment of factories to provide jobs for the teeming unemployed youth.

He mentioned the Komenda Sugar Factory in the Central Region and the Kumasi Shoe Factory in the Ashanti Region as some of the industries established by Mr Mahama to tackle the unemployment canker.

In addition to that, the health, transport, agriculture, and energy sectors of the economy, Mr Adams said, have all seen massive improvement under the leadership of President Mahama; therefore, he is convinced that Ghanaians will retain him in the November 7 presidential and parliamentary polls.

Meanwhile, President Mahama has resumed his ‘Accounting to the People Tour’ of the Greater Accra Region. Last week, before the death of his mother Abiba Nnaba, he visited Prampram and inspected the ongoing affordable housing project.

On Tuesday, June 21, he resumed the tour after the burial of his mother and visited the Madina Market to interact with the traders and also the chief and elders of the Muslim community at Madina.

Speaking on Asempa FM’s ‘Ekosii Sen’ programme Tuesday, June 21, Mr Adams said Mr Mahama was “calm and focused” on the mandate given him by the people of this country to solve their problems.

“The Takoradi Harbour, Tema Harbour, roads, health facilities as well as electricity, have all been improved under the leadership of President Mahama. President Mahama is solving the problem the right way.”

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