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Next NDC govt will complete all abandoned projects – Mahama

According to former president John Dramani Mahama, the following NDC administration will make a list of all unfinished projects and assure their completion.

According to the former president, the current administration’s decision to halt initiatives that were started under the NDC has caused significant harm to the nation.

In an address to branch and constituency executives in Odumase, in the Lower Manya Krobo Constituency, John Mahama declared that the next NDC administration’s top priority would be to finish all unfinished business from the current administration.

The NDC flagbearer candidate claims that in 2024, no young person who cares about the state of the nation will vote to keep the New Patriotic Party (NPP) in power.

The former president, who is currently on a three-day visit to the Eastern Region, claims that the New Patriotic Party’s reckless and excessive borrowing has jeopardized the country’s future for the following ten years.

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Speaking to branch and constituency executives in the Yilo Krobo constituency, Mr. Mahama urged the young people to support the NDC in the election to avert the crisis.

Mahama noted that the nation’s debt load was out of control and impossible to repay.

“Through massive borrowing, the NPP government is ruining the future of the young. How many years do those who took out loans have until they depart this world and join God? Due to this government’s failure to repay its debts, creditors will not grant loans to the next generation.

Vote against the NPP government if you are worried about your future since it is responsible for our current predicament. Pay attention to your conscience; they have ruined Ghana’s future.

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It will be challenging to obtain financing from outside sources during the ensuing ten years. They ought to leave because they have done enough harm to the nation, he added.

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