Social media has been busy with comments and reactions to President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo’s second State of the Nation address.
The President performed his constitutional duty dictated by Article 67 of the 1992 Constitution to give an account of the state of the country on Thursday, February 8.
The address to parliament highlighted key achievements by his government since he assumed office on January 7, 2017.
Below are some social media reactions to the address:
#SONA2018 am impressed honestly ☺..— #KillTheLp (@Macleanakoto5) February 8, 2018
Ecobank Ghana Ltd has offered to engage all 3,000 young people, after the training programme. #SONA2018— StatsGH (@statsgh) February 8, 2018
Mr President, we have listened to your State Of the Promises Address - Hon. Haruna Iddrisu. #SONA2018— AfariGyan•De Cartel (@itzkwabenaPOWDA) February 8, 2018
My take on the #SONA2018 ?— Godfred Kwame Kankam (@gkkankam) February 8, 2018
Wait let me read the document again people....
One thing I know for sure is that @NAkufoAddo and his govt inherited a broke Ghana, one main reason we are still feeling the hardship. But let's have faith in NADAA that he will turn things around like he has began. #SONA2018— Mr. Brainy 🤓⭐️🇬🇭 (@KwameMcJoseph) February 8, 2018
A staggering amount of 5.4billion cedis has been identified as constituting fictitious deals #SONA2018 Awurade yedase— #GHBudget2018 (@NobleQuansah) February 8, 2018
Did the President talk about the astronomical fuel prices? #SoNA2018— liverpool king (@swanzy_g) February 8, 2018
We don't know the exact number of people who are unemployed, the number of jobs created and the number of people retired😥 are we serious?#SONA2018— Maldives Flex🔥 (@oj_tha_prodigy) February 8, 2018
No matter how long a log stays under water it will never become a crocodile😂😂😂😂 #SONA2018— Nana Kwabena (@NanaKwa17173462) February 8, 2018
Crime wears no political colours😂😂 #SONA2018— Nana Kwabena (@NanaKwa17173462) February 8, 2018
Ghanaian mps are just so hilarious. The closing speech of the minority leader killed me 😂😂. #SONA2018— Edem (@Im_edem) February 8, 2018
I agree that agriculture can turn the fortunes of the youth around. But the support isn't there. I've never seen any agric extension officer in my farm. With the agric office miles away, how do I get support? #SONA2018 #plantingforfoodandjobs @LegacyCrop— Edwin Elorm Apedo (@edlorm) February 8, 2018
I wish to believe our Prez intentionally left the issue of security out of the #SONA2018 to de-politicize an issue which our security agencies are very capable in handling.— Kojo Divine (@1dikad) February 8, 2018
Mr President, the fuel prices. #SONA2018— Josh Oheneba (@Joeychel) February 8, 2018