The minority NPP said it would be presenting the true state of the nation address today.
The minority members of parliament have hinted it would present the true state of the nation address today, Monday March 9.
The minority said the state of the nation must dwell on the realization of basic human rights, health of the economy, employment and education for the citizenry.
Article 34 (2) of the constitution stipulates that “The President shall report to Parliament at least once a year all the steps taken to ensure the realization of the policy objectives contained in this Chapter and, in particular, the realization of basic human rights, a healthy economy, the right to work, the right to good health care and the right to education”.
The minority spokesperson on finance Dr Mark Asigbey Yeboah in an interview with Starr FM said the minority will reveal to Ghanaians the true state of the nation in their address.
He said Ghanaians would be the better judges whether President Mahama presented the current state of the Ghanaian economy.