President Nana Akufo-Addo will later this morning deliver his second State of the Nation address to Parliament.
The address is an obligation which enjoins the President to account to the nation through Parliament at least once a year, in line with Article 67 of the constitution.
President Akufo-Addo is therefore expected to account for his stewardship over the last one year.
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In general, the President’s address is expected to be heavy on the economy, spelling out how policies he initiated over the last year are likely to impact the living conditions of Ghanaians.
Sectors such as education, agriculture, health and the economy in general, are expected to feature prominently.
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He is also likely to put out some figures of jobs created in the last year.
For agriculture, the President is expected to focus implementation of his government’s flagship Planting for Food and Jobs Programme.
Furthermore, power generation and the cost of electricity are also expected to feature prominently in the energy sector exposition.
The sustainability of the National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS) in terms of financial commitments to clear arrears owed service providers and contractors might be a focus in the health sector.
The President is also likely to touch on other flagship policies such as the One-District, One-Factory and the One-Village, One-Dam.