I am Honest and Truthful; Vote for me -President
The President, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, says he is honest, truthful and God-fearing, and for that matter, Ghanaians should have faith and vote massively for him to win the December 7 elections to be able to do more for the good people of the country.
Speaking at Obuasi on the first day of his campaign tour of the Ashanti Region, the President said he expects nothing more than a massive vote on Election Day by the entire people of this country.
He stated that he had a lot to offer Ghanaians, and he can only do so when he is re–elected as the President on December 7.
Nana Akufo-Addo recalled his promise to bring back AngloGold Ashanti during his campaign, prior to the 2016 elections, and said Ghanaians were now witnesses to the fact that the company has bounced back.
He compared the physical situation of South Africa to Obuasi, and said the difference was too big, and, therefore, commended the present management of AngloGold Ashanti, Obuasi Mine, for the social responsibility arrangements it was putting in place to uplift the image of Obuasi and its environs.
“I want to thank you for your support to the people of Obuasi. I want to reiterate my position to ensure that Obuasi finds its rightful place among gold producing countries in the world,” Nana Akufo-Addo added.
The Minister for Roads and Highways, Mr. Kwasi Amoako Atta, noted that during the eight years of the Prof. Atta Mills and Mahama-led administration, the road sector was badly neglected, but Nana Akufo-Addo had been able to fix the majority of them.
He said the President was determined to give asphalt overlays to all roads in Obuasi to befit the town’s status.
“With the Obuasi Campus of KNUST here, Obuasi is on its way to prosperity, and so all road networks are going to be asphalted,” he said.
The Minister for Education, Mr. Matthew Opoku Prempeh, called on Ghanaians to ponder carefully over the situation we found ourselves in before the last elections, and vote to retain Nana Akufo-Addo to do more for the country.
The Akrokerrihemaa, Nana Serwaa Bruwaa, commended the President for what he had been able to do for the country since assuming the reins of government.
She urged him to construct additional classrooms and dormitories for the Obuasi Campus of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), so that more youth could be enrolled.
In a related development, the President has commissioned the Obuasi Campus of KNUST, with the assurance that the government would provide all infrastructure the university would require to enable it function effectively.
From Frederick Danso Abeam, Obuasi