President John Evans Atta Mills has fired dismissive thought on the part of his opponents, when he said that those who have put him under scrutiny with claims that he has not performed since assuming power may not be looking well.
The humble old Professor, who thinks otherwise as regards what his critics’ think of him, believes that it is strange for anybody to accuse him and his administration of not having done anything in his second year of power.
With a low tone, the President stressed “those who said we are not doing anything are looking in the wrong direction.”
His government, he noted, has not finished accomplishing all the promises it made to Ghanaians but was on the right path to finishing them under the two years it has been in power, assuring that his government will demonstrate to Ghanaians by the end of his tenure why Ghanaians did not vote for the National Democratic Congress for nothing.
The President’s comments were borne out of the massive infrastructural development which had engulfed the country and being undertaken in the various metropolitan, municipal and district assemblies.” I must say I am impressed with your work,” he added.
According to him, he was filled with gladness when some traditional authorities spoke well of some of the chief executives during his tour of their areas.
“Please endeavor to give the traditional authorities their place,” he said, warning that any disregard for the traditional leaders or any abuse of them will mean that society will be heading the wrong way.
President Mills further indicated that his administration, in spite of the enormous challenges which his administration inherited, has managed to turn things around and does not see how anybody can criticize his administration for having done nothing.
Source: The Enquirer