President Akufo-Addo promises that things will improve

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The administration will continue to pursue the policies and initiatives that have made sure that “things are getting better,” according to President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo.

He assured them that things will get better and stay better.

In order to secure an International Monetary Fund (IMF) program in record time, the President claimed that the government’s attitude and commitment in maintaining flagship policies, programs, and developing new strategies in the face of the economic crisis would be the same in navigating the turbulence.

The economy grew by 4.2% in the first quarter of this year as a result of those actions, the President continued.

Eid-ul-Adha prayers

It honors Ibrahim’s commitment to obey God’s instruction by offering up Ismail, one of his sons, as a sacrifice.

To symbolize the essence of the ceremony, the Vice-President, National Chief Imam, and a select group of dignitaries slaughtered a cow, much as Allah had instructed Ibrahim to sacrifice a ram rather than Isaka.


Despite the challenges brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic and Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, according to President Akufo-Addo, the government was adhering to its main policy pledges.

“We have continued to keep the lights on and provide Free SHS education,” he said.

He said the government would keep providing services like the One-District, One-Factory policy and the Planting for Food and Jobs initiative, as well as using drones to deliver essential medications to remote and underserved communities. He also said the Zongo Development Fund would continue to operate.

Apart from receiving an IMF program and experiencing first-quarter economic growth, the currency had recently had some stability, according to President Akufo-Addo.

Using the example of the gold for oil program, he said, “we’ve seen the stability in the prices of petroleum products as well, all of which are helping to bring inflation down,” and he gave the assurance that things will get better.


The 1992 Constitution granted everyone the right to manifest the religion of their choice, and President Akufo-Addo reaffirmed his commitment to all religious communities, both majority, and minority, that he would respect it.

He said it should be obvious to Muslim parents that it is important for their children to receive an education because there are two Vice Presidents of the Muslim religion in the two New Patriotic Party (NPP) regimes.

The President emphasized that parents should use the nation’s innovative educational policies to educate both their male and female offspring, saying that they should be encouraged that all children have the opportunity to pursue their highest calling.

President Akufo-Addo named Hajia Alima Mahama, Ghana’s ambassador to the United States of America, and Lariba Zuweira Abudu, the minister of gender, children, and social protection, as examples of female Muslims who have achieved success in society and emphasized the need of educating Muslim girls.

National Imam

The National Chief Imam exhorted Muslims to follow the teachings of the Prophet Mohammed and abstain from wrongdoing in a sermon that was read on his behalf.

Sheikh Sharubutu advised them to follow Ibrahim’s lead in obeying God’s demand to make a sacrifice.

The National Chief Imam stated that, in addition to celebrating Eid-ul-Adha, people should remember and honor the sacrifice made by the Prophet Ibrahim, the founder of the monotheistic religion, who demonstrated his willingness to carry out Allah’s plan.

The Muslim faithful were exhorted by Sheikh Sharbutu to take heed of the necessity of sacrificing whatever good things they may have for one another in order for the world to be awash in love, respect, and compassion for unwavering peace.

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