The Head of Communications and Public Affairs at the Ministry of Energy, Nana Kofi Oppong Damoah, has revealed that the government of President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has undertaken 85 per cent and 84 per cent of projects in the petroleum and power sectors respectively.
He was speaking ahead of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) 2020 manifesto launch on Saturday, August 22.
Nana Damoah told Johnnie Hughes on the TV3’s New Day Friday, August 21 that the government has implemented a significant number of the promises made in the manifesto ahead of the previous elections in 2016.
He said the governing party will announce to Ghanaians more plans and progarmmes for the development of the country in the manifesto because he believes the government has fulfilled most of its promises.
“For the first four years, we have not achieved everything in our 2016 manifesto but a significant number of them have been achieved.
“I still stand by what the vice president said. The Vice President gave ourselves 75 per cent in terms of performance and that is very true.
“Because even in petroleum, we have done 85 per cent and in power we have done 84 per cent and we are still moving on.
“Projects such as the Pwalugu Dam haven’t been totally completed even though we have done versions of them. If you look at it generally the petroleum hub has also started so we have gotten to a point.”
He added: “What is clear is that we have done quite a lot of the things that we promised to do.”
By Laud Nartey3news.com|Ghana