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Prez. Applauded … For Boost To Private Sector

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Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of S-Class, a Vehicle Inspection and Technical Organisation, Mr. Samuel Oppong, has applauded President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo for a significant improvement in the Public Private Partnership.

According to him, President Akufo-Addo has created a friendly and enabling environment for the private sector to thrive and that there was a major boost in all sectors of the country’s economy.

Speaking to The New Crusading GUIDE in an interview in reaction to the President State of the Nation Address yesterday (SONA), he said the President has categorically stated in his address that government would partner with the Private Sector in the area of sanitation to make the country free from menace and diseases.

Mr. Oppong said there were increases in industrial growth in the year 2017 and that the President also indicated that his government was working hard to double increase the growth this year.

This, he said he believe in the President that he would surely fulfil the promise of double increasing the industrial and economic growth as he has fulfilled his promise of the Free Senior High School Policy.

He said other promises made by the President during his campaign was the reduction of taxes and the clamping down of galamsey activities and they have all  come to pass, adding that he believed in the President as a private sector operator.

 “The DVLA as at the last week in January this year had increase revenue by 300 per cent as compare to the 2015, 2016, and the beginning of President Akufo-Addo’s 2017 regime.”

 

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