Think Tank, IMANI Africa, has scored the Nana Akufo-Addo government an overall mark of 48.78% with regards to the fulfillment of its 2016 manifesto promises.
The think tank also scored the government 54.35% for how it has managed the economy, stating that out of a total of 510 promises, only 120 have been implemented.
The scores are contained in the policy think tank’s 2019 Imanifesto report.
Speaking to the media, Patrick Stephenson, Head of Policy Research at IMANI Center for Policy and Education, said the final assessment provides the basis for understanding the state of key sectors of the economy, prior to an election, which corroborates the expectations of citizens.
According to him, the Akufo-Addo-led government has traveled three out of four years of its time in office, pursuing various policies and reforms some of which it believed to be core to the delivery of the ‘Ghana Beyond Aid’ agenda.
The 2019 IMANIfesto scores the performance of the government and explores how major policy initiatives carried the ordinary Ghanaian along in pursuit of their own economic advancement, with particular emphasis on delivery of sustainable jobs through a systemic recovery of the economy, and improvement in governance.
Source: Ghana | Angelfmonlinegh.com