President John Mahama has stated that the economy will become better and impact positively on the fortunes and living standards of Ghanaians, after he has been given a second term.
This, the President added, was because he had devoted the first four years of his administration to the improvement of the social infrastructure of the country which had been in dire need of a facelift.
He assured Ghanaians of a better economy that would positively impact on their fortunes and living standards if he is given a second term.
The President was speaking at a durbar of the chiefs and people of Kwaobaah Nyanoa in the Upper West Akyem District in the Eastern Region which was held to mark the inauguration of a community day senior high school.
President Mahama said the numerous infrastructure projects undertaken by the government would enhance the development of the country.