Mr. Makafui Kofi Woanya, Volta Regional Chairman of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) has rejoiced in his party’s successful delivery without seeking assistance from International Monetary Fund (IMF).
Speaking at a press soirée for journalists in his area of control, Volta Region, Mr. Woanya disclosed that his party, NPP has delivered the promises they made to Ghanaians during the quest for power.
To him, the economic crisis did not affect their promises in any way. They have achieved their aims appropriately and will continue to deliver many for the advancement of Ghana.
“Contrary to what the opposition and critics would want us to believe, Ghana has achieved a great deal of success,” he added.
He also talked about his government’s payment of salaries to public sector workers as promised. Also, a touch of bringing back National Insurance Trust was captured by Mr. Woanya’s submission.
More so, he did not exclude the Free SHS policy from his submission at the press soirée for journalists. He said the policy is achieving its premeditated aim including the building of more educational infrastructure to support the Free SHS project entirely.
Furthermore, Mr. Woanya Makafui spoke at length about road construction projects in the Volta Region where he noted categorically that “The Sokode-UHAS -Titrinu bypass road which was paid for and abandoned by the previous NDC government is progressing steadily with UHAS which NDC always claims is their baby is also seeing massive infrastructure expansion including its internal road networks.”
Mr. Makafui let it out that all the heights achieved by the government did not receive any support from IMF yet. Meaning, they will seek support from IMF for projects but the request is in the pipeline.
On the issue of breaking the 8, he said only hard work can make the party achieve therefore he urge all party faithful to throw their needed ration for the breaking of the 8 agenda.
In addition, his submission accentuates media reportage where he calls on the media to make the precise reportage on political issues they wish to cover.