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Akufo-Addo holds final rally in Accra, promises to fix Ghana’s economy

The presidential candidate of the New Patriotic Party, Nana Akufo-Addo, has held his final major campaign speech of the election season on Sunday, December 4 in the Greater Accra Region.
Ushered onto the podium by former president John Agyekum Kufuor, the three-time presidential nominee of the NPP promised to fix the Ghanaian economy through sound economic policies.
He boasted that the NPP has the men to lead the country from a stagnant economy to one that offers an opportunity to all.
Akufo-Addo said Ghana is in a sorry state despite being abounded with natural resources. “We are sitting on resources yet we are miserable,” he said, promising to fix it with sound policies that will enhance the country.
Addressing thousands of party supporters clad in the party’s red, blue and white colour, Akufo-Addo said he, unlike the Mahama-led administration, he will not steal from Ghanaians.
“The power I seek from is not to steal from you. We want to bring sound policies for the enhancement of Ghana,” he said in Twi.
He also blasted the president for saying he should stop begging for power, wondering if the president truly understands democracy.
Speaking on policy specifics, the NPP leader promised to revamp the country’s health sector.
“I am coming to restore and put new life into the NHIS scheme,” he said.
He also promised to restore the nursing and teacher trainee allowance and revamp the adult education.
He also stressed on his one-district-one factory policy, one-village-one-dam policy and one million dollars to all 275 constituencies.
He further reiterated his committee to providing free secondary school education.
“My government will absorb the cost of education in Ghana,” he said.
He urged the electorate to reject President Mahama at the polls because he is a threat to the future of the country.
According to him, he has mismanaged the country, causing untold hardship.
Akufo-Addo said the wind of change is blowing all over Ghana, saying the NPP is destined for victory.
The NPP leader also slammed the president for tribal incitement, saying it is the politics of yesterday.
He also warned party supporters against propaganda plot against him and other leading figures in the party from the NDC.
He urged them to disregard it because it is pure propaganda.

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