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General News of Saturday, 24 September 2016


There is hope for Ghana – Akufo-Addo's daughter

Gyankroma Akufo-Addo, daughter of Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has echoed words of her father and urged Ghanaians to have hope in Ghana despite the “misery” they are going through under the Mahama administration.

Gyankroma who is a member of the HOPE Campaign said she believes Ghana can be a better country under the leadership of her father.

Her comments come after her father, flagbearer of the New Patriotic Party has on several occasions called on Ghanaians to vote out President Mahama in the upcoming elections.

“Ghana and Ghanaians have become too miserable. However, I am urging you to have hope. God did not create us to be poor, neither did He put us on this rich land to be poor. It is bad leadership that is making us poor.

“Have hope that a good government is on its way coming to bring development, progress and prosperity to every part of the country without discrimination,” the three-time presidential nominee of the New Patriotic Party said on Saturday, August 13, 2016, when he began day 4 of his 5-day tour of the Western Region in Agona, in the Amenfi Central constituency.

The NPP flagbearer added “the industrial development of Ghana will be my main project when, God-willing, I come into office. Helping to establish one factory in every district across the country will be a priority, which will create jobs for our unemployed youth. Additionally, free SHS is also coming to Ghana. The revival of the collapsed NHIS to ensure year-round, affordable access to quality healthcare will also be done,” he said.