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May 18, 2009
Posted: 1553 GMT
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Census   May 18th, 2009 4:57 pm ET

I believe that President Mills is following the right track,acting upon all our wishes for change & free education.I come from South Sudan & Im constantly praying that we can stop moving from just having political appointees but actually visionaries who understand the importance of there position in turning the country around.

Bright   May 18th, 2009 5:41 pm ET

Good interview

Charles ampofo   May 18th, 2009 6:48 pm ET

Richard, am glad that some focus is being given to Africa, coupled with President Obama's visit to Ghana in July, I hope that there could also be an "eye on africa" program very soon.

Peter Vaz   May 18th, 2009 7:29 pm ET

Yes Susan those cow bells are from India....and Agriculture will bounce to 5%, Lake you are right to project the green shoots but at what cost?.. and Adrian like me....cars scrap at millions of energy joules. Prof. Quest! I resides in the middle east, India at east, USA at West and how much energy will the scrap cars digest to be the model of test?. Mumbai stock exchange was short circuited twice today and the breaker tripped at 200 Amps at the Wall street ....and do you think resistance will not built up in China....Ha..Ha ha its Ohm's Law professor Quest.....Economy means Mind to the square of continents....all those black Swiss monsters in red are now on the stock exchanges....at the speed of light...wished professor Einstein was alive today....poor Ghana hold on your breath or else China, India and USA will misuse you during this recession period....be strong like your ancestors...today what we see in these three countries are the decaying structures and people begging on the streets. Maggie and Susan is right, depend on the nature.

Effiong Edet Essang   May 19th, 2009 7:30 pm ET

Are all Nigerian Militants real freedom fighters?

alex   May 21st, 2009 10:11 pm ET

Great Interview.. he definitely believes in is his country and encouraged by their progress thus far.

Patience   June 3rd, 2009 9:20 am ET

It is very encouraging and refreshing to hear such words from the President. In the mist of the current economic challenges, it feels good to know that all is not that gloomy in the country.

Great interview!

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