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100 Reasons Why Ghanaians Should Reject Mahama Again


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Fellow Ghanaians, we present to you 100 out of the many reasons why it is prudent to renew the Akufo-Addo led NPP governments to mandate to continue the good work, protect what we have achieved, and transform our beloved country for the citizenry.

They are 100 reasons for you to find it suicidal to hand over this serious nation again to a candidate who is seeking to build his personal stomach infrastructure and run this forward-looking nation aground with incompetence.

We cannot trust our future with a man who needs our mandate to correct his mistakes after telling us in 2016 that he has a dead goat syndrome and won’t listen to anyone.

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100 Reasons Why Ghanaians Should Reject Mahama Again
100 Reasons Why Ghanaians Should Reject Mahama Again

He froze employment at the public sector, also told us to park our cars and use ‘trotro’ or a bicycle if we can’t afford the volatile fuel price hikes during his tenure. He told us he is not a magician to put money in our pockets, we must be ready to pay more for electricity if we genuinely want reliable and sustainable power and wouldn’t listen to critics from opposition, the clergy, traditional rulers etc because they have not been Presidents before. Let us check out these 100 reasons and reject Mahama again.

  1. ↑Average GDP Growth 7%
  2. ↓Average Inflation 9.6%
  3. ↓Cedi Depreciation 8.7%
  4. ↓Monetary Policy Rate 14.5%
  5. ↓Import Duty Reduction 50%
  6. ↑Gov’t-Related Jobs 1.78million
  7. ↑NABCO 100,000
  8. ↑NIA Card Registration 14million
  9. ↑NHIS Mobile Renewal 9.2million
  10. ↓NHIS Legacy Debt Paid GH¢1.2billion
  11. ↑Bank Depositors Saved 4.6million
  12. ↑Bank Jobs Saved 10,000
  13. ↑Bank Deposits Refunded 98%
  14. ↑ECG App Usage 2.8million
  15. ↓ECG Tariff Reduction 11%
  16. ↓Energy Sector Legacy Debt Paid US$1.003billion
  17. ↑Locked-up Tier2 Pension Paid GH¢3.1billion
  18. ↑MASLOC Beneficiaries 97,876, Women 80%
  19. ↓MASLOC Interest Rate Reduction 50%
  20. ↑Seedlings Distributed 15million
  21. ↑NEIP Start-ups Funded 4,350
  22. ↑Markets Built 69
  23. ↑1D1F Operational and Ongoing 232
  24. ↑Automotive Companies 4
  25. ↑PFJ Beneficiary Farmers 1.9million
  26. ↑Farmers Savings on Inputs GH¢1.8billion
  27. ↑Local Processing of Cocoa 40%
  28. ↑Outboard Motors Distributed 5,000
  29. ↑Livestock Distribution RFJ 570,000
  30. ↑District Warehouses 102
  31. ↑Additional Extension Officers 2,700
  32. ↑1V1D 439
  33. ↑Cocoa Price Increase 8.42%
  34. ↑Vaccination Refrigerators 2,343
  35. ↑Interchanges 5
  36. ↑New Regions 6
  37. ↑Agric Mechanisation Equipment supplied 11,794
  38. ↑Rice Production 50% Self-sufficient
  39. ↑Food Security 3rd in Sub-Saharan Africa
  40. ↑Food Exports to Neighbouring Countries 56.6% Increase
  41. ↑Free SHS 1.2 million Beneficiaries
  42. ↑Teacher Trainee Allowance 45,000 Beneficiaries
  43. ↑Nursing Trainee Allowance 54,000 Beneficiaries
  44. ↑Capitation Grant 122%
  45. ↑Coding for Basic Schools 313,250 Beneficiaries
  46. ↑Free Wifi 722 SHSs 46 COEs
  47. ↑School Buses Supplied 1,190
  48. ↑School Buildings Built 2,699
  49. ↑Water Systems 5,505
  50. ↑Education Sector Jobs 93,724
  51. ↑Health Sector Jobs 90,969
  52. ↑Postgraduate Medical Scholarship 918 Beneficiaries
  53. ↑Zongo/Cuba Medical Scholarships 40 yearly
  54. ↑Medical Drone Delivery Centres 4
  55. ↑School Feeding Beneficiaries 2.98 million
  56. ↑LEAP Beneficiaries 1.45 million
  57. ↑Disabled Entrepreneurs Support GH¢4million
  58. ↑Professional Teacher Allowance GH¢1,200
  59. ↑Road Sector Legacy Debt Paid GH¢6billion
  60. ↑Salary Increase 12%
  61. ↑Free NHIS for LEAP Beneficiaries 73% enrolled
  62. ↓Fuel Sulphur Level Reduced to 50ppm
  63. ↑Free LED Bulbs 13million Distributed
  64. ↑District Scholarship Scheme 30,000 Beneficiaries
  65. ↑Footbridges 117 Installed
  66. ↑Youth and Sports Centres of Excellence 10
  67. ↑Household & Institutional Toilets 40,452
  68. ↑Power Extension 2,407 Communities
  69. ↑Railway Construction 228km ongoing or completed
  70. ↑Police Vehicles Provided 740
  71. ↑Police Recruitment 4,892
  72. ↑Green Ghana 9million trees planted
  73. ↑COVID-19 MSMEs support GH¢750 million
  74. ↑ Life Insurance for Frontline Workers GH¢350,000 each
  75. ↑Free Water 6months
  76. ↑Free Power Lifeline Consumers 6months
  77. ↑50% Discount on Power 3months
  78. ↑No WASSCE Exams fees 314,000 Beneficiaries
  79. ↑Loans for big Industries GH¢3billion
  80. ↑Tax Filing Extension 6months
  81. ↑Number of Road Projects 1,927
  82. ↑Roads Asphalted 589km
  83. ↑CHPS Compounds 429
  84. ↑Rural Telephony 2000 Communities
  85. ↑Fishing Harbour 12
  86. ↑Litter Bins 8,100
  87. ↑New Ambulance 307
  88. ↑Passport Expiry 10 years
  89. ↑Non-Expiry of Data 16.7 million subscribers
  90. ↑Pensioners Past Credit Paid 19,918 Beneficiaries
  91. ↑Classrooms Built at SHS level 3,321
  92. ↑Free NHIS for School Feeding Pupils 2.98million pupils
  93. ↑SSNIT Pension Increase 11%
  94. ↑Novartis’ Hydroxyurea for Sickle Cell Patients 80,000 Treatments
  95. ↑Minimum Wage Increase 22.1%
  96. ↑Kantanka Automobile Tax Holiday 10-years
  97. ↑Cocoa Rehabilitation Package GH¢1,000 per ha
  98. ↑Additional Oil Discovery 550million Barrels
  99. ↓Under 5 Malaria Morbidity Reduction 33%
  100. ↑ University Place for Public SHS students 30%

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