President Akufo Addo Is Transforming Ghana With Good Policies Chairman Abronye

Kwame Baffo, Bono Regional Chairman has commended President Akufo-Addo’s administration in fulfilment of the promises made to Ghanaians.

According to him Ghana will be transformed to the highest order by the time President Akufo-Addo leaves office.

Chairman Abronye was addressing electoral area coordinators, constituency executives, council of elders and patrons at separate functions in the Banda, Tain and Wenchi constituencies.

Kwame Baffo is embaking on a regional tour which aims at getting first hand information, explaining government plans and programmes and to also acquaint himself with the happenings in the various constituencies in the region ahead of elections 2020.

He was accompanied by the regional secretary, Mr Kofi Ofosu Boateng, Mr Joseph Mensah, First Vice Chairman, Director of Ghana School Feeding Programme for Bono, Bono East and Ahafo regions also second Vice Chairperson Doris Asomah, the Party’s Financial Secretary, Henry Oppong, the Regional Youth Organiser, Abdul Razak Oppong among other high profile executives.

According to Abronye D.C, by the end of President Akufo-Addo’s mandate Ghanaians will see that Nana Akufo-Addo came to tell them the truth about what he wanted to do and clearly they will see that he didn’t come to deceive anybody.

He has advised members of the party to believe in unity and strength as the surest way of maintaining power in 2020 elections.

He said President Akufo-Addo has put monies in the pockets of Ghanaians through his prudent economic management and formulation of pro poor policies and therefore Ghanaians should not buy into the evil propaganda being spearheaded by John Mahama and his cronies.

He urged party supporters and executives be patient with the government as it settles to get the NPP agenda working whilst solving the various challenges confronting Ghanaians.

The executives had already visited Sunyani East and Sunyani West respectively.

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Source: Peacefmonline.com

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