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04-Jan-2013  
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President John Dramani Mahama is due to deliver his first State of the Nationís address in Parliament House in accordance with Article 67 of the Constitution after the return of Members of Parliament to the House on January 3, 2013.

The address will be the government's fifth address to the House since it was inaugurated on January 7,2009 for a four-year term which officially ends on midnight of January 6.

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10:49- The administration has worked relentlessly to give individuals and families access to quality healthcare. Government has built, 19 health-centers, 15 new polyclinics and 161 ambulances for the national ambulance service.

10:51 Ė Government has made significant progress in the energy sector, with over 1700 communities connected to the national grid.

10:46 - Over 40% of schools under trees have been removed. And other pro-poor programs like the school feeding programs have been expanded to cover many schools.
10:39 - President Mahama begins address

10:29 - Inspection of Guard of Honor end, President takes the Presidential salute again.

10:25 - Inspection of the parade begins

10:24-President receives invitation to inspect the Guard of Honor from Naval Commander Lucas Ocloo

10:23 - President Mahama takes the presidential salute as the National Anthem is played.

10:21 - President John Dramani Mahama arrives at Parliament House for his last State of the Nation address to the fifth parliament of the four Republic.
 
 
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