President John Mahama will on Thursday deliver to Parliament the State of the Nation Address.
It is a constitutional requirement that enables the President to inform the nation about the current condition of all sectors of country.
Radio Ghana has been engaging some political parties ahead of the day on their expectations.
From the quarters of the NPP, the Communications Director, Nana Akomea mentioned three key areas.
The energy crisis, the high unemployment situation and the appointment of a new Electoral Commission.
The NPP says the President cannot be silent on these issues.
The CPP also expects nothing but comprehensive and convincing measures to address the ongoing energy crisis.
The 2012 Presidential candidate of the PNC, Hassan Ayariga says the President should not make more promises but solve the economic crisis.
He told Radio Ghana that the State of the nation’s address should not be an avenue for building castles in the air.
As President Mahama presents the State of the Nation Address to Parliament on Thursday, some Ghanaians have been expressing their expectations of what the President should be telling the people.
Meanwhile, a source close to the Presidency says the address will largely focus on the current challenges with the energy supply and plans to resolve it head on.
The President is also expected to touch on transforming the economy