Good afternoon ladies and gentlemen and welcome to what will be a very short ceremony. The COVID-19 pandemic that countries all over the world including ours, are having to grapple with, has exposed the fissures of inequality in our society. Several thousands of our country men and women, risk starvation and hunger because they are no longer able to move […]
The importance of our industrial sector cannot be underestimated. 30% of our GDP comes from industry. Our work in this area is the result of clear and careful strategic planning, aimed at making
We as the NDC believe that a nation’s heart is reflected in their treatment of its most vulnerable citizens: the elderly, the infirm, children and the poorest in our society. Our policies have
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We as government have spent the last 4 years focused on building and creating infrastructure: roads, power generation, ports, building hospitals and schools and tertiary education institutions.
As your government we have a responsibility for the healthcare of you – our people –however, more than that for me, how we treat our nation’s sick and infirm is a true reflection of our nations soul.
Let me first of all welcome all of you who have joined us this morning from the comfort of your homes, in your offices, in your cars heading into town; or in the wards now, working to save our people and our motherland. The social distancing protocols require that we reach you via the medium of live television and radio and also digitally. But let me thank my friends from the media who were