UPDATES: One-on-one Encounter with President Mahama (Video)

President John Dramani Mahama says his three main tasks were stabilization of economy, power crisis and infrastructure.

According to president Mahama, Technical, vocational training at the centre of his job creation agenda. That is why according to the president, his government are turning the polytechnics into universities.

President Mahama was outlining his vision on GBC’s presidential encounter on-going at GTV Studios in Accra and being broadcast live on 15 stations across the country.

First four have been the foundation of his government.

Four years have seen massive investment in infrastructure leading to four hundred thousand jobs for artisans among orders.

YEA training kayaye to be employable.

The 2016 Presidential Candidate of the ruling National Democratic Congress, President John Dramani Mahama has called for judicious use of disability common fund,

He laments on the cultural barriers to disabled. “Older buildings unable to adapt to disability accessibility. Ramps on new buses for disability accessibility.”

Jobs. ….NDC made investments in health sectors, water sector, civil engineers etc e.g…

Takoradi Port investments and Tema expansions, creating more than five (5) thousand plus jobs.

“Take advantage of Oil and gas sector. ….a lot of opportunities abound in Ghana.” President Mahama

He said opportunities abound in Agriculture esp. in Cocoa businesses. Ghanaians must take advantage and seek them. centre available in Accra .more than 12 thousand jobs etc…..

“Ghanaians must avail themselves of the opportunities.” President Mahama.

Mrs. Selikem Acolatse Akpaloo and Abdul Hayi-Moomen of GBC are the moderators to tonight’s event.

The GBC One-on-One Encounter with Presidential Candidates is in partnership with the National Commission for Civic Education, NCCE, with funding from STAR Ghana.

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