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Former President John Mahama Promises to Complete Abandoned Projects

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Former President John Dramani Mahama has assured Ghanaians that his next administration will complete all abandoned projects should the National Democratic Congress (NDC) win the 2024 elections. Speaking at an NDC meeting in Sowutuom, Accra, the former president promised to initiate new projects and ensure that all existing projects are put to judicious use.

Mr. Mahama emphasized that an inventory will be taken of all ongoing projects with strict timelines to prevent wastage of scarce resources. He also spoke about the abandoned hospital and market at Ablekuma-Abase and promised that his government will address poor road networks and drainage in the constituency.

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Dr. Louisa Hannah Bissiw, the National Women Organiser of the NDC, who read the speech on Mr. Mahama’s behalf, urged delegates to vote for Mr. Mahama and Hajia Mariam Zakari, who is contesting as the NDC Anyaa Sowutuom parliamentary candidate.

Hajia Mariam Zakari, who also addressed the meeting, endorsed Mr. Mahama’s candidature, saying that he is the candidate who can be entrusted with the country’s responsibilities. She promised to wrestle the parliamentary seat from the New Patriotic Party (NPP) in the 2024 general elections.

For the most part, the NDC meeting focused on the need to mobilize female delegates for victory in the 2024 elections. The event was organized by Hajia Mariama Zakari, who believes that she has the requisite expertise and competence to win the seat. She argued that the constituency lacks development despite over a decade in the hands of the NPP and that it was time to unseat them for the betterment and growth of the area.

The NDC is set to hold its presidential and parliamentary primaries on May 13th, ahead of next year’s elections. With promises of completing abandoned projects and initiating new ones, the party hopes to win the hearts of Ghanaians and secure victory in the 2024 elections.

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