The National Organizer of the ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC), Mr. Kofi Adams has applauded the achievements of his boss, the President, by saying that nobody can rival the President’s achievements.
According to Mr. Adams, there are clear cut evidences supporting the President’s achievements and “I am quite convinced that those who have seen the major interventions on the ground can testify to the great achievements of this government.”
Speaking on OKAY FM, Friday Morning, the National Organizer said that, from where the President began and ended, there is no doubt the President has indeed worked for Mother Ghana but couldn’t have achieved all that on his own but through the combined efforts and support of his team and Ghanaians at large.
Additionally, Mr. Adams articulated that Education is one of the best legacies a government can leave behind; hence, this government should be hailed for investing massively in the nation’s education system.
Mr. Adams building on his point asked that “If you have all the money in this world and you have no proper education, what is then the use of the money you have acquired?”
On the issue of the minority rubbishing the government’s achievements, Mr. Adams stated that the New Patriotic Party (NPP) is not thinking about how the President’s achievements have affected the poor Ghanaian but how the State of the Nation Address can benefit their egoistic interest.
“I want to know if the NPP MPs still want to benefit from the State of the Nation Address after all the benefits they get from the state at the expense of the poor Ghanaian?” he quizzed
“Hasn’t the minority seen the massive intervention the president has done in the education, construction, pharmaceutical, energy and utility sectors?”
He debunked the assertion of the minority on the State of the Nation Address as being a campaign message of the president and said that the NPP is fond of terming any good thing as a campaign message.
“How can the truth be termed as campaign and propaganda? Government is never static but it is a continuous process,” he finally said.