Ex-President John Dramani Mahama believes that the problems of Ghana can be solved by the National Democratic Congress (NDC).
On October 12, while speaking with some group of Ghanaians, Mahama said that the NDC manifesto has policies that could change the country’s state to a better one if implemented. He said the policies are based on infrastructure, economy, education, and other important ones.
He also said the NDC has a plan which will create one million jobs for all Ghanaians which could reduce the unemployment rate and boost the economic fortune of the country. He later said the NDC manifesto is better than that of the NPP and that it has the potential to change the country’s economy.
The former President said, “The high unemployment rate, businesses are suffering, the economy is collapsing. All the answers to what Ghana is going through today are in NDC’s 2020 manifesto.
“The big push for infrastructure, 10 billion dollars into infrastructure to construct our roads, our hospitals, our schools, they are all in our 2020 manifesto.
“After the launch of our manifesto no one discussed the NPP’s manifesto, they all focused their attention on ours, the plan to create one million jobs was also in there.”