By way of methodology, the review used the desktop approach as most of the data were secondary in nature, gathered from official reports, such as the 2016 NPP Manifesto, the 2017 & 2018 State of the Nation Addresses (SoNA) by the President, the 2017 and 2018 Annual Budgets and Economic Policy Statements and other NPP government policy statements related to their performance in office.
Information was also obtained from key offices and institutions responsible for delivering the promises on transparency and fiscal accountability such as Ministry of Finance and the Ghana Audit service although there was no formal administration of a survey or questionnaire.
The review focuses on the promises made, those initiated, fulfilled and/or ongoing within the government’s first one and half years (January 2017 – June 2018) in office. However, the assessment of the feasibility of the propositions also looks at whether or not they are realistic and can be done within their four (4) year-term or not. The findings are presented below.
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