Ace journalist Kwesi Pratt Junior has said he was impressed with the achievements outlined by President John Mahama in his State of the Nation Address.
According to him, the numerous infrastructural development on the education front catalogued in the address made the speech remarkable.
President John Mahama on Thursday delivered his last state of the nation address in parliament. Among other things, he outlined the various projects that have been completed under his tenure. He cited the 4 completed Senior High School buildings out of the 200 promised and the 123 others that are at different stages of completion.
Commenting on the address, the managing editor of the Insight newspaper stated on Radio Gold's 'Alhaji and Alhaji' Saturday that the president stands a chance of making his administration the second greatest government by way of educational infrastructure, if he is able to complete his 200 secondary schools project.
“I listened to him and I was honestly impressed by the catalogue of projects he is embarking on. The numerous developmental projects he mentioned impressed me.
“And the truth is, if he is able to conclude the 200 SHS project, it will be the second biggest of such intervention in the history of this country,” he stated.
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