The Ghanaian President, Nana Akufo Addo
Nana Akufo Addo, you are currently the Ghanaian leader under the platform of the New Patriotic Party. Apart from your educational and professional career, it’s likely that you inherited your political ambition from your father, Edward Akufo-Addo, who was a member of the ‘Big Six,’ one of the founding fathers of Ghana who fought for country's independence.
As a Ghanaian and journalist, I wish to ask you some few questions, Mr. President. This interview wouldn't be quick enough for publication if I need to follow the right procedure to grant me an interview. Thus; this is the reason I made it open for my fellow Ghanaians to read also.
Nana Akufo Addo, I will very glad if these questions are answered, above all, it will be very good for both Ghanaians and you if all the questions are answered.
- Mr. President, many Ghanaians are facing a very tough political climate in the country, while many are unemployed, therefore, how do you plan on dealing with issues such as unemployment?
- In every country, the health of an individual is very important. But in Ghana when one is sick and has no money to treat himself at the hospital, he may surely die. How are you going to make life worthy for sick patients in Ghana?
- At the same time, it's all over the media that some hospitals in Ghana lack beds and ambulances, the reason many patients either sleep on the floor or are refused admission. Mr. President, when will such ugly scenes come to an end in Ghana?
- Mr. President, law, and order are two important tools which promote peace and security in a country, but at the moment, many Ghanaians are living in fear because of armed robbers. What assurance will you give Ghanaians to live a normal life without fear?
- You defeated the Mahama's NDC with promises. Have you fulfilled any of your promises and where do you see yourself within your first four years from now?
- What is your response to the increased articles from American, Holland, and German medical writers about Aids and Ebola medical crimes to depopulate Africa, while the US government, the World Health Organization, and Centers for Disease Control, keep deceiving the world that Ebola is being spread by bats?
- How can you convince Ghanaians that you are fighting against corruption when some of your own NPP politicians are in corruption scandals?
- What role can political leaders play for the majority of Ghanaians who have no hope to have confidence in them?
- Prices of agricultural products feeding Ghanaians are not easy to afford because some of the roads to transport the foodstuffs to the nearest markets are extremely bad. Mr. President, what plans do you have to repair or construct roads for the accessible markets?