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Former President Mahama unveils 60 policies to transform Ghana – NDC says

National Democratic Congress (NDC) has revealed that former President John Dramani Mahama has outlined a comprehensive set of 60 policies aimed at achieving his vision for Ghana if he is elected president in January 2025.

These policies were unveiled during Mahama’s nationwide campaign tour dubbed “Building the Ghana, We Want” campaign, where he visited various constituencies and regions across the country.

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Mahama, who is the flagbearer of the NDC, has taken his campaign to several regions, including the Eastern, Ashanti, Western, Upper East, Northern, and Bono Regions.

Some of the key policies outlined by Mahama include the implementation of a 24-hour economy strategy to maximize productivity and efficiency, stop the economic decline, reform the Bank of Ghana, and prioritize local participation in various sectors to generate more jobs for the youth.

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Additionally, Mahama plans to actively attract private sector investors to partner with the government in productive sectors for job creation, set standardized borrowing limits to prevent excessive debt accumulation, complete abandoned projects, establish a Governance Advisory Council to improve political governance, and run a lean and efficient government by appointing not more than 60 ministers and deputy ministers.

Furthermore, Mahama aims to abolish the payment of ex-gratia and cut out waste and ostentation in government expenditure.

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The unveiling of these policies underscores Mahama’s commitment to addressing critical issues facing the country and charting a path towards sustainable development and inclusive growth.

In a statement, the NDC emphasized Mahama’s track record and leadership qualities, expressing confidence in his ability to steer the country towards prosperity if given the opportunity to serve as president once again.

With the 2024 elections drawing closer, Mahama’s policy proposals are expected to generate discussions and debates among political stakeholders and the general public as the country prepares to make a crucial decision on its future leadership.

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  1. Mahama is now an extinct species. After Dr Bawumia’s declaration of his mission, in which he’s assured Ghanaians that he’s not going to follow Akufo Addo’s agenda, Ghanaians have seen him as our only hope. Bawumia all the way


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