Government has resumed its public engagements dubbed "Government for the People" and this time it will be held in Cape Coast.
Government for the People forum resumes in Cape Coast
The series popularly referred to as G4P began in October 2014. It was an opportunity for government to explain to the people of Ghana its policies since it came to power.
It is also to inform Ghanaians about how the policies and programmes have impacted their lives.
Todays forum in Cape Coast will be "addressed by a number of Ministers of State, Deputy Ministers, Senior Government officials and other resource persons." Communications minister Edward Omane Boamah said in a statement.
"The public will also have the opportunity to provide critical feedback on matters affecting their livelihoods and how policies can be refined to enhance their wellbeing," he added
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