Akufo-Addo has created more jobs than any government – Abronye DC
The governing New Patriotic Party (NPP) Bono Regional Chairman, Kwame Baffoe popularly known as Abronye DC has revealed that the Akufo-Addo-led government has created more jobs than any government in the history of this country.
Chairman Abronye disclosed this in Sunyani at a Women’s Conference 2019 organised by the NPP Bono Regional Secretariat in the area.
The maiden conference was under the theme, “Mobilizing and Equipping Women for Victory 2020”.
The controversial chairman said the New Patriotic Party (NPP) government under His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has employed more than 350,000 Ghanaians in the public sector in just two years, in addition to over 54,000 teachers recruited recently.
According to him, the government has given clearance for people to be recruited as nurses, teachers, at the forestry commission and security services.
He added that Nana Addo’s government has recruited more teachers, nurses and has employed 100,000 graduates who otherwise would have been sitting at home engaging in all sort of social vices.
As a result, he therefore seized the opportunity to charge the women’s wing of the party to propagate the good policies of the NPP administration and re-echoed his statement that the Ghanaians were going to retain President Akufo-Addo in 2020.
He added that he was going to resource the party in Bono Region to win all the parliamentary seats for the party come 2020 December 7 claiming that former President John Mahama was trying to come to power to cancel the Free SHS flagship program being enjoyed by majority of Ghanaians.
“A vote for John Mahama is a vote against Free SHS, John Mahama is coming again to create, loot and share, let us be watchful and vote massively against Mr. TIO John Mahama in 2020 and protect the Free SHS”. He alleged.
At the end of the conference, the Regional Women Organiser of the party presented certificates to some hardworking Constituency Women Organisers and other women groups for helping the party to win the 2016 general elections.