Be patience with President- Mahama to Ghanaians

    /    Jul 11, 2017   /     NewsBreak, Politics  /    0 Comments  /    160 Views

Newly-appointed Ambassador-at-large has called on Ghanaians to be patience with President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo since he needed enough time and concentration to turnaround the country’s economy.

According to Dr Edward Nasigri Mahama, the President inherited a difficult economy which he needs the support of every Ghanaian to make their lives better.

Ambassador-at-large means the president is at liberty to assign him to any role the President wants him to play.

Dr Mahama who spoke on Daybreak Kapital said his appointment was an honour to serve God, the nation and the President.

The 2016 flagbearer of the Peoples National Convention (PNC) indicated that it was important for every Ghanaian to play an active role in helping bring the needed development to the country

“Ghanaians should be patient with the President because he inherited a very difficult job with the national debt that ballooned to 44 or so billion dollars and he has to work to fixed up the economy and do the things that he has promised, Rome was not built in a day and he doesn’t have the magic wand, so all of us should be patience, but more each person should do his best for Ghana”.

The Ambassador downplayed assertions that the appointment will have an influence on his political career.

Asked if he will quit the PNC and join the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Dr Mahama responded that “I want you to get this clear, the President has appointed me as ambassador of Ghana and not an ambassador for PNC or NPP. So I remain the leader of the Peoples National Convention”.

He further said the President was a visionary leader who believed that Ghanaians are capable of contributing to the development of the nation despite their political ideologies.

Source: Hafiz Tijani/Kapital971.com

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