The vice president Dr. Mahamadu Bawumiah has says “In 2016, the New Patriotic Party (NPP), and it’s Presidential Candidate, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, sought the mandate on a platform of creating a prosperous society with economic opportunity for all Ghanaians.
Speaking at the Cedi Conference Centre, Department of Economics, Legon he said the NPP administration was clear in what they wanted to use the mandate for: to re-build the Ghana We Want, strong, prosperous, and united with expanded opportunities for all, no matter where you live in the country. The evidence shows that we have kept faith with the people of Ghana, and delivered or are delivering on most of our promises. The job is by no means done, however. We still have more to do in our service for the good people of Ghana.
We know the continuing faith it will require on your part, and the responsibilities it places on us, but we do not ask for the renewal of our mandate in a vacuum. We ask on the basis of two convictions:
He appealed to Ghanaians you give N.P.P. four more years because his Government, borne out of the NPP, under the leadership of President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, has kept faith with Ghanaians, by delivering on the commitments we made to you.
We are on track, having significantly delivered on our mandate. Many have asked: how could an economy that could not pay teacher and nursing training allowances suddenly deliver lower taxes, restore teacher and nursing training allowances, create jobs, implement Free Senior High School education , NABCO, Planting For Food and Jobs, One Village One Dam, One Constituency One Ambulance, reduce electricity tariffs, formalise the economy, industrialize the economy through “One District, One Factory”, and reduce the cost of doing business and restore macroeconomic stability.
The question had been asked because it seemed an impossible task by the end of 2016, but we were very confident that, with good economic management and by the grace of God, we could make what seemed impossible possible. And we did; “