Ghanaians appreciate my hardwork – Prez. Mahama

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President John Mahama says he is not worried his critics are refusing to see the unprecedented developmental projects his government is undertaking.

According to him, even if they[opposition parties] are given lenses to enable them see clearer, they will still pretend to the blind.

President Mahama made the comment while addressing supporters at his hometown in Bole in the Northern region where he together with his wife, Lordina Mahama and children are celebrating the yuletide.

The president has come under a barrage of criticisms from the opposition who accused him of plunging Ghanaians in abject poverty.

The New Patriotic Party (NPP) has branded the Mahama-led administration as incompetent which should not be retained in power in 2016.

But President Mahama said Ghanaians appreciate the hard work of government thus will reward his hard work by retaining the National Democratic Congress (NDC) in power.

President Mahama urged his supporters to be steadfast as the government is opening more factories, constructing more roads and ensuring that water is flowing everywhere in the country.

-GNA

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