Mahama doing what Trump promised Americans – Lordina Mahama

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Ghana’s first lady, Lordina Mahama has said President Mahama is already implementing promises made by President-elect of the United States, Donald Trump in Ghana.

Donald Trump had assured Americans of building infrastructure including roads, schools, hospitals, airports, highways, bridges, and creating jobs to make America great again.

But in a congratulatory message to Donald Trump via her Facebook page on Wednesday, Lordina Mahama said the President is “already delivering what he [Donald Trump] is promising .”

“It seems he [Donald Trump] has been listening to, or watching His Excellency John Mahama of Ghana,” she added.

The American businessman, Donald Trump of the Republican Party beat his closest contender, Hillary Clinton, a Democrat, in what many described as a tough election with an unexpected result.

‘I am doing what Hillary Clinton is promising Americans’

Meanwhile, President John Mahama at a rally in Asamankese in the Eastern Region earlier this month said his government has already invested heavily in socioeconomic infrastructure , a promise he claimed the Democratic presidential candidate in the US, Hillary Clinton had made.

According to the President, the magnitude of infrastructure development Ghana has witnessed under his reign puts the country on a firm foundation for livelihood empowerment in his second term.

“If you look at Hilary Clinton’s economic plan, she’s promising to invest 250 billion dollars in economic and social infrastructure. She is now coming to invest this amount when elected. Ghana has already started investing in socioeconomic infrastructure already. This is because socioeconomic infrastructure is the foundation of every development.”

‘Mahama congratulates Donald Trump’

President Mahama earlier this morning [Wednesday, November 9] congratulated the president-elect Donald Trump in a tweet, hours after his victory was announced.

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