Politics has always been the art of the possible. Today it is too often the art of the probable tinkering around the edges without any greater vision, without a sense of optimism and imagination.
As a politician you always keep your dreams alive. Understand to achieve anything requires faith and belief in yourself, vision, hard work, determination, and dedication. Remember all things are possible for those who believe.
The 2012 Presidential Candidate of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo’s dream to make education free and quality for Ghanaians from the Junior High School (JHS) to the Senior High School (SHS) is still a scheme he wants to accomplish.
Despite speculations about whether he (Nana Addo) will still lead the NPP in 2016 after announcing his “political break” moments after the historic 2012 election petition final verdict by the Supreme Court of Ghana, Nana Akufo-Addo dropped the clearest hint that he intends to contest for the position of the Presidential Candidate of the party for the 2016 elections during a meeting with UK NPP branch to thank them for the significant support they gave him and the party during the 2012 campaign, and openly declared that “we begin to prepare for 2016.”
According to Nana Addo on his Facebook wall, his vision remains the most effective and desirable programme for the future of our country, thus, education.
“The programme that we put before the people of Ghana in 2012, of rapid and qualitative expansion of education, and the structural transformation of the Ghanaian economy, remains the most effective and desirable programme for the future of our country”.
He continued by saying “My commitment to it remains, therefore, unchanged. But, we must first be in office to be able to serve and deliver. It is, therefore, vital that we position ourselves in such a way as to make ourselves the irresistible choice for Ghanaians in 2016.”
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