President hasn’t kept his promises – Ndebugri

A private legal practitioner, John Ndebugri, has intimated that President Nana Akufo-Addo has not kept his promises to the citizenry because he is not delivering.

“That is how I will summarise it since the recent 48 per cent grading of the government by think tank IMANI Africa, as far as the over 500 campaign promises of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) are concerned, is undeserving of the Akufo-Addo-led administration, I cannot agree with the IMANI score, I don’t even agree with IMANI,” he stressed.

Mr Ndebugri made the observation in his assessment of the three-year-old Akufo-Addo-led administration.

“It must be less, IMANI talked about at least 500 promises, and the way they approached it is where I think they did some favour to the government because if you take, for example, the introduction of Free Senior High School, they say it has been introduced and they give full marks for that but how about the impact it has had?”

“How about the double-track, where it has been reported that girls who had gone and stayed at home during the double-track system, a lot of them have become pregnant and their education has to be interrupted?

“The senior high school one is even better but there are others such as the one-district-one-factory, a list was just put out a few days ago that 58 has been constructed, there is a story from Kumasi that one place that was listed as having been completed and employed over 500 workers is bare land, if IMANI depended on that 58 figure and gave them 48 marks, it’s misleading.

“As far as I’m concerned, it is not even for us as individuals to determine, in 2020, which is not far away, the promises have to be repeated and during the campaign cycle, the citizenry will pose questions, we shouldn’t be in a hurry, the real mark, as the President himself said, would be given on December 7, 2020,” Mr Ndebugri noted. -classfmonline.com

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