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President Ignores Dagbon Issue In Nation Address


President of the Republic of Ghana,  Prof. John Evans Atta Fiifi  Mills has again ignored the Dagbon issue in his last nations's address to parliament.
Even though he spoke on security law and order, President MIlls did not mention any thing about finding the killers of the Yaa Naa who was killed on March 27 2002 at his palace.
The governing party, (NDC) then in opposition had used the Dagbon issue extensively and vowed to arrest and punish the killers but has since failed. 
Addressing the August house this morning, the Ghanaian President  said JOB 600, an old hosuing project for Ghana’s legislature will be completed this year.
His last nation’s address to parliament, was attended as usual by ministers of State and members of the Diplomatic corp amongst other dignitories.
President John Mills announced that the august house will be ready for MPs to occupy next year.
The JOB 600 project was first started by Ghana’s first President, Dr. Kwame Nkrumah but has since not been completed.
President Mills said he hopes to deliver his next address in the new parliament house next year. President Mills who touched on so many issues, including education, infrastructure, agriculture and law and order called on Ghanaians to ensure that the December elections are conducted in a peaceful manner.
He said government has directed the Ministry of Water Resources to provide 20, 000 boreholes over the next four years, to ensure the availability of portable water across the country.
He said between 2013 and 2016, government will continue to build its community secondary schools throughout the country.
He said government has provided 60 000 computers to Junior High Schools across the country and said the distribution will continue.
President Mills said Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) machines are being installed at the Komfo Anokye and Tamale Teaching hospitals.
He said government has established a Shea factory at Bupei in the northern region to provide 40 000 tonnes of Shea nuts  yearly.]]>


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