Policy think thank, IMANI Ghana on Wednesday graded the Mahama-led administration 47% for its overall performance since it took over power in 2012.
IMANI gave the grade after it assessed the governments performance based on its promises in the 2012 manifesto.
The think tank, in its assessment report described the National Democratic Congress’ (NDC) performance as “satisfactory” but was quick to add that there is more room for improvement.
The report also evaluated the rate of execution of programmes and projects stated in the manifesto and identified the gaps that should to be bridged over the next year and a half before the 2016 election.
For the economy, “the NDC government had a cumulative score of 36.4%, reflecting a strong progress in the implementation of security services and economy, road and safety taskforce.”
The NDC, according to the report, also scored 65.7%, reflecting very strong scores in non formal education, distant learning and open schooling and satisfactory progress in all the sub themes except secondary education.