The Executive Director of the Ghana Institute for Governance and Security, Mr David Agbe as part of his expectations from the President John Dramani Mahama on his last State Of The Nations Address seeks from the president his deeds, what he was doing and what he wanted to do.
President John Dramani Mahama will today be at the parliament house to deliver to the nation the last state of the nation address before he finally hands over on Saturday, January 7th this year.
Speaking on Ghana Te Sen this morning which was transmitting live from the parliament house, he said President Mahama should give reports to the nation on all projects he did after the four years mandate given to him as the president of the nation, what was still in the process of construction and others slated to be done before he lost the elections.
This he said will give Ghanaians a better view on what was done from what they expected.
Mr Agbe said a sector by sector report is also expected from the president. It should go as far back from the time they took power from the NPP in 2008, from the late former president Mills’ administration to his.
He should communicate to Ghanaians the state of the nation before they took over and how it has become after power was given to them.
But Ghanaians are interested his doings for the past four year to serve as a history, he added.
Source: Topfmonline.com/Maame Yaa Emefa Coffie