Outspoken politician and Member of Parliament (MP) for Assin Central, Hon Kennedy Agypaong has spoken insightfully of the achievements of President Nana Akufo- Addo. In an interview with KFMTV, Mr Agyapong hipped praises on the President for the numerous achievements he’s gathered over his first term of office as the President of the country.
The Member of Parliament proceeded to make an indication that Ghana should loan out President Akufo-Addo to the United States of America to help them solve their problems.
Hon. Kennedy Agyapong noted that “Akufo-Addo should be loaned to the people of America and all their problems will be solved. The achievement in his first term is unparalleled and deserves all the praise. Apart from the clean-up in the banking sector, look at how he has managed the COVID-19. Just look at the rate of our recoveries and you’ll get what I’m saying.”
Mr Agyapong believes the banking sector crisis is one fundamental issue that could have reined the achievements of Akufo-Addo’s government. However, the President demonstrated extreme control to the handling of the banking sector crisis and has diligently cleaned the sector.
The Member of Parliament believes this is an achievement unmatched by any past government of the country. He further praised the government of the late President Professor Evans Atta Mills and drew a comparison to the term of President Akuffo Addo. Mr Agyapong added, “If Akufo-Addo had a clean sheet like Atta Mills he would have taken Ghana to heaven by now”.
Clean-up in the banking sector is believed to have saved the deposits of about 4.6 million depositors from illness and heartbreaks, per indications of the Member of Parliament. The Member of Parliament further threw light on the achievement of the President in the area of education and particularly, the free SHS Policy.
He indicated that the human resource base of every country is fundamental to building and developing that nation and, therefore, Ghanaians would be best positioned to achieve more because of their access to education during the term of the President Akuffo in comparison with terms of office of prior Governments.