President Akufo-Addo has reiterated his pledge to fix the ailing Ghanaian economy during an interaction with the Ghanaian community in Geneva, saying “I have big plans for Ghana.”
Akufo-Addo who during his first State of the Nation Address painted a bleak picture of the Ghanaian economy said his government had crafted concrete strategies to fix the challenges facing the average Ghanaian.
“That Ghana we want, we can get to that Ghana. I believe we can all do that,” he pointed out adding, “the future for Ghana is one which is limitless in its possibilities as far as I am concerned.”
Addressing criticisms that most of his promises during electioneering are not feasible, he said: “You say we are making a lot of promises, but we are not making just promises but we have a plan.
“Those who continue to mock our views; when NPP people are talking about our promises, people should take us seriously because our track records are there, of making the plans come true.”
He said his plans for Ghana are big and that he is going to make sure the plans work.