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Politics of Wednesday, 15 June 2016

Source: kasapafmonline.com

Projects in NDC’s Green Book real – Mahama

President John Mahama has said the opposition New Patriotic Party remains dazzled at the unprecedented achievement chalked by his administration in the area of infrastructure development.

According to him, the opposition has been wowed by the massive development such that they erroneously believe that the projects listed in the NDC’s Green Book are photoshop.

President John Mahama started his ‘Accounting to the People’ tour in the Greater Accra Region on Tuesday, May 14 which saw him handing over 300 buses to Senior High Schools in the Greater Accra region.

He later paid a courtesy call on the chiefs of the Ada Traditional Council and also inspected road works from Kasseh to Ada Foah Project.

President Mahama also interacted with the Chiefs, Fishermen, Artisans and Market Women at Anyamam.
In addition, he will inspect the Saglemi Housing Project and also visit the Tema ICT Park, where he rounded up day one of his tour.

Addressing a gathering at the Tema ICT park, President Mahama stated that the NDC can account for every project listed in its Green Book and will continue with its unparalleled infrastructure development.

“These are major infrastructure development that we’ve achieved under this administration that are contained in the Green Book that some people think it’s a photoshop; and even when you have physically visited the site, they refuse to accept that these things exist in Ghana. The Bible says blessed are those who have not seen but yet believe and so we’ll just remain focused.”

The book is a combination of the numerous significant strides made in various sectors of in the country, adopting a combination of pictures matched with crisp and incisive text.

The book is presented in two parts. The first part gives a broad overview of this Government’s performance in various sectors based on the four pillars of the 2012 NDC manifesto. The second part provides pictorial proof of work done at the district level.