Vice President Dr Mahamadu Bawumia has reiterated government’s resolve to transform the country into a developed one should Ghanaians give them another four years, to continue with its transformational agenda.
He touted government’s flagship programmes like free Senior High School (SHS), One District One Factory (1D1F), free electricity, free water, as some of the good policies which have been implemented to improve the lives of the citizens and implored citizens to expect more in the next NPP administration.
“In fact, within this three and half years, change has totally come. Ghanaians are crying no more. Government is gradually changing the nation with good economic growth and stability. Ghana will soon become a great nation and it needs a government that is competent enough to control the affairs and bring good policies that would benefit us all,” he said.
Dr Mahamudu Bawumia also used the occasion to commission a warehouse at Asaam to store farm products harvested from the farmers before distribution.
The Chief of Asaam, Nana Nyamaa Sarfo, expressed the community’s appreciation to the ruling NPP government for policies being implemented to improve lives. The Chief therefore urged the government to come to aids since their challenges are numerous.
“We will vote for Nana Addo Dankwah and the Member of Parliament for the Asante Mampong Constituency to bring more infrastructures in to community,” he added
The headmistress of the St Monica’s Senior High School (SHS), Esther Ntow Gyan, mentioned lack of dining hall facility, teacher’s bungalow and school buses as the challenges confronting them to the Vice President and implored for immediate intervention, saying “We’re pleading to the government to urgently intervene in our challenges.”
Speaking at the event, Asante Mampong Chief, Nana Osei Bonsu embrace the President and the Vice president for not being corrupt. “I will use this occasion to commend the Vice president, the whole implementation of the Free SHS program unarguably, is a very social intervention in this our fourth Republic. I therefore commend you and your government for the provision of 200 beds dormitory and the 12-unit classroom blocks,” he stated.
He then plead with the president to transform the University of Winneba campus into University of Asante Mampong.