A second term for President John Dramani Mahama will provide incentives to ensure that informal businesses grow, formalise, and create more jobs, Dr Michael Kpessah-Whyte, the Executive Director of the National Service Scheme, has assured Ghanaians.
President Mahama is campaigning for re-election in this year’s presidential elections scheduled for December 7 in order to continue his government’s agenda to transform lives with job creation and increased private sector participation.
To that end, Dr Kpessah-Whyte on Friday August 26 tweeted: “In his second term, @JDMahama will provide creative incentives to informal business to grow, formalise, and create jobs.”
In his second term, @JDMahama will provide creative incentives to informal business to grow, formalise, and create jobs.— Michael Kpessa-Whyte (@kpessawhyte) August 26, 2016
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