Evidence-Based: NDC Claims Abraham Attah’s Success & Oscar Entry Are Products of Mahama’s Better Ghana
In less than 9 months’ time, Ghanaians will be at the polls to elect a president who will head the country, and as a result of that, the various political parties, especially the ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC) are doing all they can within their powers to play mind games with the electorates.
Even though, many are complaining about the current state of the economy, some sympathizers of NDC think all is going on well in the country.
Prior to the 2008 elections, the NDC party coined the term ‘Better Ghana Agenda’, a policy vision they said would fix shortcomings in the areas of economy, employment, the environment, health, education, the utilities and many more.
Though we do not know what this policy vision by the ruling government has brought us, the NDC claims Ghanaian superstar, Abraham Attah’s recent achievements and Oscar appearance are all evidences of President Mahama’s Better Ghana Agenda.
According to the party, if not for the well structures the government continues to put in place, the young actor wouldn’t have reached where he is today.
“The NDC government and President Mahama should be applauded for this achievement. This is a historic record the Mahama-led government has been able to set. For all those who doubt the President’s evidence-based approach, you can see for yourself,” the General Secretary of the party said.