The Daily Graphic applauds government for its achievement so far. The paper reminds the administration that a lot still need to be done to fulfil its promises to the electorate as such it should not lose focus but persevere in the task ahead. The Graphic urges government to listen to all suggestions concerning its programmes and adopt those that are intended to enrich them while ensuring that factories that are built are run purely on business lines devoid of politics especially in terms of appointment of management members.
The Ghanaian Times urges the Ghana Aids Commission to intensify the campaign to end mother to child transmission of HIV so Ghana can achieve its target of ensuring 90 percent of people living with the infections know their status and 90 percent of those who know they are HIV positive access treatment while 90 percent of people on treatment have suppressed viral loads. The Times says the global agenda 2030 of the Sustainable Development Goals enjoins Ghana to sustain the gains made in reducing the infection by stepping up efforts towards good health and well-being.