Akufo Addo To Deliver 2022 State Of The Nation Address Next Week
The State of the Nation Address is an annual event where the President of Ghana delivers a report on the state of the nation and outlines policies for the following year.
It should be noted that this year’s event was postponed due to unforeseen circumstances.
Parliament has agreed that the State of the Nation Address will be on Wednesday, March 30, 2022.
The State of the Nation Address will be on Wednesday, March 30, 2022.
This year’s State of the Nation Address (SONA) is expected to discuss the country’s current economic situation, although specific content has not yet been confirmed.
The President of Ghana will be delivering his State of the Nation Address (SONA) next week.
The event was initially going to be hosted on March 3rd, but that date was scrapped due to a disagreement between the Presidency and Parliament.
If a delay is an outcome of the postponement and President Nana Akufo-Addo wasn’t responsible for it, what’s the point in blaming him? Deputy Majority Leader, Alexander Afenyo-Markin said that since it was the decision of legislators.
Parliament did not give him a date and time for when he needed to deliver the speech, He said.
Second Deputy Majority Whip Habib Iddrisu said that the President of the Republic of Ghana will be in attendance at parliament on Wednesday, March 30.
I am the chairman of the parliamentary committee that is in charge of the State of Nation Address (SONA) address. The president will deliver a new SONA next week.
The current Constitution requires that the President give a speech to Parliament, either in order to start a new session or before dissolution, which is the ending of an official meeting.
A State of the Nation Address is given by a sitting president to outline progress, challenges, and strategies for the future.
The 2022 SONA will focus primarily on the current economic challenges and efforts to solve these issues.
The minority felt like the measures Ken Ofori-Atta has in place are not good enough and are unclear.
Haruna Iddrisu said the solutions by the Finance Minister were not practical for Ghanaians.