Tuesday, May 18, 2021

Open your eyes, you’ll see my achievements— Akufo-Addo

President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has requested individuals from the resistance and the individuals who question his administration’s accomplishments to give close consideration to happenings around them.

Talking in Parliament yesterday in his first State of the Nation Address of his subsequent term, he emphasized his administration’s obligation to industrialisation by expressing a portion of the advancement made under the 1D1F strategy.

This assertion by the President, notwithstanding, pulled in yells from the individuals from the Minority in Parliament for which the President reacted, “Open your eyes, you’ll see them.” This he said would empower the NDC to value proof of his administration’s industrialisation drive, the One District One Factory strategy.

The President, in addition to other things, laid out that because of the approach, 232 activities, including 76 finished and utilitarian manufacturing plants, were at different phases of consummation.

“We are resolved to make our own things and the Akufo-Addo organization will proceed with the plan of fast industrialisation with the point of changing the design of the Ghanaian economy from one subject to the creation of crude materials to a worth added industrialized economy.

“Under the One District One Factory Policy, 232 tasks are at different phases of fulfillment. This incorporates 76 working 1D1F organizations whiles 112, including five medium-sized agro-handling production lines and 63 basic client offices are under development,” the President expressed.

As far as he might be concerned, the NPP won the December 7, 2020 races since they conveyed a large portion of their guarantees somewhere in the range of 2017 and 2020.

The President said regardless of the extensive difficulties that went up against his organization, “and the mishaps we experienced, we were sure our record in office would place us in great stead before the electorate and acquire us a second term in office, which it did”.

“It implies that the purpose behind which the Ghanaian public went to the surveys on December 7 — that is to look for development in their expectations for everyday comforts and the fast change of the economy — should proceed decisively,” he added.

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