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Politics - October 12, 2020

December 8, 2012 was the saddest day in my political life – Akufo-Addo

President Nana Addo, Nana Addo, said that December 8, 2012 was the saddest day of his political career.

The day after he lost the presidential election of former President John Dramani Mahama. This is not only because he lost to the current President Mahama, but also because none of his New Patriotic Party (NPP) parliamentary candidates in the Upper Western Region won seats to represent his people in parliament.

He said that nuclear power plants “do not have a seat in the upper western region”, adding that he is determined “we will reverse this situation, and God is willing to have a different result on December 8, 2016”.

When referring to the founding members of the current party of the Chiefs of the Upper West Region, Akufo Addo said: “Some of them (KMT members from the region) had to be exiled and detained because of their beliefs.” day”.

“In 2016, I was full of hope for what I planned to do. I believe this was because people accepted these promises and were also affected the poor governance of the Mahama government at the time. It is the combination of these two phenomena that made Ghana The people vote for me.”

Then, the President asked the people of the Upper West Region to vote for him on December 7, and give him another four years of elections, which shows that he has proven to be a man of integrity.

“The situation is different this year. I have had nearly four years… Therefore, I cannot just promise the future, but also establish my record during the four-year presidential election in Ghana.” Akufo-Addo said.

President Akufo-Addo pointed out when highlighting some major projects carried out the government: “The region is implementing 2,163 projects, of which 1,299 have been completed.”

He said that the remaining 864 are in progress.

He explained: “Of the 1,299 projects that have been completed, 112 were in the education sector, 48 were in the health sector, 31 were in the highway sector, and 256 were in the water and sanitation sector.”

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