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President Mills back home from leave

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President John Evans Atta Mills on Saturday returned home from a two- week leave in the United States, and assured the nation of massive infrastructural development.

He explained that he still worked on the quiet, even on holidays, brokering catalytic deals to accelerate the national development agenda.

In a chat with Journalists at the Accra International Airport, the President stated that his leave was not to seek medical attention.

Prior to his leave, President Mills had been on a working visit to  Canada, where he brokered a number of investment deals and spoke with members of the Canadian Parliament who assured Ghana help in her 2012 general elections.

The Canadian Commercial Corporation also renewed a number of investment commitments to Ghana.

Back in the US, before he began his leave, the South-South News, a digital platform awarded him several prizes for the success of economic reforms back at home and improvement in the education sector.

President Mills also met with UN Secretary Ban Ki-Moon on a wide range of issues on Ghana and the African Continent.

President Mills derided rumours that he sought medical attention in Cuba during the trip. He however added that he would like to go there when the opportunity came.

He also expressed gratitude to the Vice President for holding the fort whiles he was away.

Top Government officials, Ministers of State, Service Commanders and scores of people were at the Airport to welcome the President.

President Mills expressed strong confidence and conviction that the ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC) would win the 2012 Elections despite the “lies and propaganda” being peddled about his administration.

The President expressed joy at the waiver of the International Monetary Fund to allow the country to go for the $3 billion Chinese loan.

Source: GNA

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