Ghana’s Ambassador to the United Kingdom and Ireland, Professor Kwaku Danso Boafo, has expressed confidence in President John Dramani Mahama, pledging his commitment to resolve the crises confronting the economy.
He was optimistic the energy and water crises will soon be a thing of the past as government makes frantic efforts to streamline the two sectors.
Speaking on Radio Gold’s newspaper review on Monday, Professor Danso Boafo assured Ghanaians that “all will be well” under the Mahama administration.
He was of the view that it would not be right for the incumbent government to be judged just within 100 days of its inception. This is because “within a 100 days, no government can solve a country’s problems” but “step by step, incrementally, we will overcome these things,” he asserted.
He expressed certainty that the energy and water problems the nation is currently facing will be completely resolved by July this year.