Within two years of the change in government, below are just some of the problems we have fixed:

1. A change in the management of the economy;

2. A change from macroeconomic instability to macroeconomic stability;

3. A change from a rising debt-to-GDP ratio to a declining debt-to-GDP ratio;

4. Changing from a weak banking system to a strong, well- capitalised and better supervised banking system;

5. A change from taxation that undermines production;

6. A change from a predominance of sole sourcing to competitive tendering in procurement; this changed has seen the Public Procurement Authority making total savings of GH¢1.8 billion from January 2017 to October 2018. It is important to recognize that not a single pesewa was saved all the years under the previous
government until 2017.

7. A change from the manual process of clearing goods, with its attendant corruption at the ports to a paperless process;

8. A change to bring about a reduction in electricity tariff;

9. A change from Dumsor to reliable power;

10. a change in the access to and cost of education, to introduce free Senior High School education;

11. A change from the abolition of teacher training allowances to a restoration of teacher training allowances;

12. A change from Cash and Carry in NHIS to a functioning national health insurance system where arrears have been cleared;

13. A change from the abolition of nursing training allowances to a restoration of nursing training allowances;

14. A change to increase the share of the DACF to persons with disabilities from 2 percent to 3 percent;

15. A change in a moribund private sector to a vibrant job creating private sector;

16. A change from rising graduate unemployment to reducing graduate unemployment through programmes such as the 100,000 strong NABCO corps;

17. A change from a dying colonial railway network system, that had been to a re-energised railway sector;

18. A change from a stagnant agricultural sector to a revitalised agricultural sector under the Planting for Food and Jobs programme;

19. A change from destructive galamsey activities to a regulated small-scale mining activities;

20. A change from the opaque allocation of Ghana’s oil blocks to non-performing cronies to a transparent allocation of oil blocks to investors with the capacity to work the fields.

21. Ending of Dumsor and Reduction in electricity tariffs should feature in all discussions.


The achievement in settling the DKM debt and our plans for the next batch of depositors.

•The effect of the planting for food and jobs on farming produce.

•The road projects that have been earmarked in every region.



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