God not wicked to return Mahama to power – Akufo-Addo
President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has stated that God is not wicked and an unjust person to return former President John Mahama and the National Democratic Congress to power.
Speaking to Chiefs and people in the Volta Region on Monday as part of a two-day tour of the region, the President attacked the former President claiming he has no vision and lacks the foresight to lead Ghana again.
According to Akufo-Addo, the flagbearer of the NDC has failed to outline his policies to Ghanaians but always focused on the negatives in the country.
“My predecessor, John Mahama said that God brought the NPP so that Ghanaians can appreciate the NDC…Ghana has moved on to a new era of hope and progress. We have a leader who has no record…who has no prescription for the future, no policies for the future.
“We have never heard any policy coming from this leader about what is going to happen in the future…always negativity that is all we hear, Ghanaians have moved on. God is not so wicked to punish Ghanaians again with the rule of John Mahama and the NDC that is not what God is going to do, the President said.
The Roads and Highway Minister, Mr Amoako Atta also assured the people of Volta region that all their roads will be fixed soon.
According to him, the Ho- Aflao road which is about 90 kilometres serving the regional capital to the republic of Togo and stretches through five developing districts will soon be upgraded to asphalt including urban roads in the Ketu South area and Dzodze.
“The massive road infrastructure that is going on throughout the country, we need all the roads being well for the development for our country and particularly to promote the flagship policies of his Excellency the president, and I can assure you Togbe and your people that, both Ketu South and Ketu North areas are not left out in this massive improvement in our road infrastructure in our country at the moment, two major roads are going through the procurement process and it will affect the roads in Denu and Dzodze.”