Convener of the Forum for Governance and Justice Dr Clement Abass Apaak says President John Dramani Mahama has acquitted himself well in his first 100 days in office as president of Ghana, though he questioned the index by which some Ghanaians are assessing the president’s first 100 days.
“He has been fair, firm and hardworking. In the face of the difficulties many others would have sold state property,” Dr Apaak said on TV3’s 7GMT on Tuesday.
He noted that President Mahama has ensured that there is proper supply of electricity though there was shortfall in power.
He said though workers are pressurising him to pay arrears, President Mahama has been firm “and not selling state property to pay arrears.”
Dr Apaak mentioned that even with the Election Petition lingering, President Mahama has appointed his ministers.
“He has also passed his budget within that same period,” he added.
“So we must give him very high marks.”