President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has told Ghanaians that his government cares about them hence, is working hard to ameliorate the hardships they are going through presently.
He says the government is determined to restore economic stability.
Delivering an address to the nation on Sunday October 30, Mr Akufo-Addo said “It is obvious, fellow Ghanaians, that you have a government that cares. We are determined to restore stability to the economy, and provide relief.
“We are all in this together, and I am asking for your support to rescue Ghana from the throes of this economic crisis.”
He further referred to a number of initiatives the government introduced to support Ghanaians
He said “No guarantor is now required to obtain student loans. The Ghanacard is sufficient; and we have implemented free TVET as well as free senior high school education.
“We expanded School Feeding from 1.6 million children to 2.1 million children; we restored teacher and nursing training allowances; we absorbed the cost of BECE and WASSCE exam registrations for parents;
“It is for this reason that over the first five (5) years in office government reduced electricity tariffs cumulatively by 10.9%, we provided free water and electricity as well as reduced tariffs for the entire population during a whole year of the COVID-19 pandemic.”
He stressed “My government has always been cognisant of the importance of implementing policies and social interventions to relieve Ghanaians of hardships.”