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We will scrutinize performance tracker- NDC

The National Democratic Congress (NDC) has promised to scrutinize performance tracker launched by government on Wednesday, April 10,2024.

According to the NDC, the government cannot be trusted on the number of projects placed on the tracker because of its consistent lies to the people of Ghana.

This comes after the government launched a performance tracker with the aim of bridging the gap between public perception and the reality of infrastructure development projects across the nation.

Speaking at the official launch, Mr. Oppong Nkrumah emphasized the importance of the Performance Tracker in showcasing the government’s commitment to effective governance.

“The performance tracker is a database that showcases the performances of the government of Ghana, and it is going to show you the various projects that have been executed across the country.” Minister Oppong

In an interview with the NDC former Parliamentary Candidate for 2020, Cleland Nii Ayaa Ayison said the government over the years shown unfaithfulness to the people of Ghana, and that makes it suspicious to criticize projects claimed to be on the tracker.

He stated that the government has refused to account for the COVID-19 levy and also update Ghanaians on the demolition of La General Hospital. It is very sad to see such an attitude from the government toward Ghanaians.

Cleland Nii Ayaa Ayison emphasized that his party will see to it that claimed projects on the performance tracker will be properly scrutinized to bring out the rot in this Akufo-Addo current administration.

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