IMANI’s Research Good But..... – Osei Kyei Mensah Bonsu

Member of Parliament for Suame and the Minister for Parliamentary Affairs, Hon. Osei Kyei Mensah Bonsu, has given a thumbs up to research think tank, IMANI Ghana for their research into the ruling party's campaign promises.

However, he says there are more questions to be answered by the group.

According to him, the NPP has taken the research in good faith and believe that as a party, it will help them analyze its work going forward.

"Though I have not had a full copy of the research, it is also imperative to note that some questions need to be answered by the research think tank so that we will be able to translate the research into the thinking of Ghanaians for election 2020," he said in an interview on Okay FM's Ade Akye Abia morning show.

He has thus entreated IMANI-Ghana to continue with more of such research works not only on the NPP as a political party but other political parties as well.

"But I must admit that they have done good work and as a party will relate to the research work and mend our ways," he added. 

Policy think tank, IMANI Ghana has scored the Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo led government forty-eight percent for its campaign promises fulfillment.

IMANI validated the promises made by the NPP in the run-up to the 2020 polls and how many of those promises have been accomplished three years on.

It assessed areas of governance, economy, social sector, infrastructure, and human capital investment.

On governance, IMANI noted that the government is yet to undertake legal reforms on asset declaration.

However, it noted that the government has delivered its promises on security and foreign affairs, but failed as far as the election of Metropolitan, Municipal and District Assemblies.

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