Mahama Maintains He Truly Needs A Second Term, This Time To Fix Ghana’s Bad Roads; Hear Him


President Mahama says he needs a second term, and according to him, one of the reasons is to work on some bad roads in the country.

One of the issues discussed on Mahama’s Metro TV interview, is that of repairing bad roads in the countryPresident Mahama has said he has some unfinished business to take care of, and needs to rule the country one again to be able to take care of them. President Mahama needs a second term, and according to him, one of the reasons is to work on some bad roads in the country. The President has urged Ghanaians to vote for him in the coming elections, to enable him effect his plans for Ghana.

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Mahama during the interview pointed out that, his government has allocated an amount of $150 million every year to construct roads in the country. He explained further that even at that, there are still bad roads in the country that need to be worked on, which is why he deserves a second term to work on the roads.

There have been series of demonstrations over bad roads in the country in recent times. Some of the areas with bad roads include; East Ashiyie, in the Adentan Municipality, Ashaiman, Bolgatanga, Hamile in the Lambusie Karni District of the Upper West Region, among others.

But Mahama has assured that the issue of bad roads, will no longer be the plight of Ghanaians, when given a second term mandate. The president also said during the interview, that there have been many improved roads under his administration. According to him, his government has done a lot of work on road network.

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Mahama also recalled that he noticed the bad shape of most road networks in the country, when he campaigned in 2008 and 2012. The President said that the various complaints he received from traditional rulers during his courtesy visits, in the course of his campaign, gave rise to his decision to make it a point of duty, to avert the problem of bad roads.

Ghananians continue to wait in anticipation and anxiety, of whom the people’s choice finally gets to be, come December.