An assessment of the NPP’s performance since its coming into office has revealed, that the party is still yet to achieve half of all its promises made during the 2016 campaign, ahead of the polls.
A report by think-thank Imani Ghana, on the assessment of the NPP government’s election promises, noted that the overall performance of the current New Patriotic Party (NPP) administration does not reflect more than 48.78% progress as at 2019.
This means that government is yet to fulfill over 50 percent of its manifesto promises.
Under the economy for instance, a total of 41 promises out of the 126 have been fully implemented.
For human capital investment, a total of 12 (19.4%) out of 62 promises, according to the report, have been fully implemented.
The details of the report were revealed at the launch of the iManifesto 2019 progress, with focus on ‘An assessment of the NPP government’s election promises.