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Outlook of parliament won’t affect Akufo-Addo’s investment approach – Yofi Grant

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The Chief Executive Officer for the Ghana Investment Promotion Centre, Yofi Grant, says President-elect Nana Akufo-Addo will not face investor support policy challenges no matter how the parliamentary composition turns out.

According to him, the intention and purposes of Akufo-Addo are valid and for the greater good of Ghanaians, something he says the opposition National Democratic Congress will not attempt to sabotage.

“The support wouldn’t change, maybe it would rather increase.

“The president’s responsibility of running the government and a country are not to be compromised. I think he has led us in a very positive direction, he has reestablished Ghana as a major player in the global affairs, he has spearheaded Ghana’s economic and financial regeneration and emancipation,” he said.

According to him, Ghana holds proudly a reputation of being politically stable, adding that, any person trying to usurp that threatens the interest of the country at heart.

Yofi Grant commended the Electoral Commission for organising what he describes as an election that has asserted and repositioned Ghana as one of the best in the practice of Rule of Law.

“At the end of the day, when the elections were finally declared, it was consistent with all the results of independent observers and even the press.

“All that information were from the pink sheet so I still believe strongly that whatever the EC did is the right direction,” he said.

He stated that although the NPP have a slim majority, that is what all democracy is about.

“We would have loved to have all the seats in paerliament if we could, but we subject to the will and testament of the people,” he said

Source: Myjoyonline.com

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