He said the coming election was about the progress and future of the nation and that it was important voters made the right decision to restore hope and confidence to the troubled economy.
Nana Akufo-Addo was addressing a rally at Nkawkaw as part of his five-day election campaign tour of the Eastern Region.
He attributed the widespread economic suffering and joblessness to poor leadership, evident from what he claimed, was the bad governance and mismanagement of the nation’s economic resources.
He said his government would work with zeal to grip and turn the economy around – put it on even keel to create jobs.
Nana Akufo-Addo lashed out at the ruling government for inflicting untold pain on the people and cited high utility bills, rising unemployment and high cost of education.
He stated that Ghanaians deserved better and that the NPP would deliver to the expectation of the people – to transform their living conditions.
He wooed the electorate to trust the party with their votes.