President John Dramani Mahama is two years old today in office as President. Radio Ghana finds out from technocrats and politicians how the President’s projects and financial management systems fared in 2014.
They also expressed their views on expectations in the New Year.
A Project Management and Financial Expert, Bismark Aborbi-Ayittey, said although the loan portfolio of government is huge, the IMF bailout would go a long way to help the Mahama government finance the huge capital infrastructure projects being undertaken in the country.
He said 2015 will certainly be a progressive year.
Meanwhile, a Political Science Lecturer at the University of Ghana, Dr Alidu Seidu, says though the current government has made some strides in governance, he still thinks much more can be done.
Speaking to George Sappor on Uniiq Breakfast Drive which assessed President Mahama’s two year term in office, Dr Seidu was hopeful of an improvement in the NDC administration.
He, however, cautioned government on some governance decisions, saying that the IMF bailout must not worsen the plight of Ghanaians and the challenges of the energy sector resolved permanently.
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