Goasomanhene’s open cry over neglect of roads by NPP Govt an indictment on Akufo Addo, Bawumia – Asiedu Nketia

National Chairman of the opposition National Democratic Congress, NDC, Johnson Asiedu Nketia has described as very disturbing, the pain shared by the Paramount Chief of Goaso Traditional area, Nana Akwasi Bosompra who wept in open public over total neglect of ongoing projects by the NPP Administration.

According to the NDC Chairman, the incident, which compelled Palace aides to partition where he sat in state, to prevent further embarrassment, is a huge statement, which has indicted the integrity of the President, Nana Akufo Addo and his Vice, Dr Mahamadu Bawumia.

Mr Nketia who was speaking to Kwame Minka on Accra based Power Fm’s morning show, ‘Dwaboase’, on Tuesday 28th November, 2023, noted with concern how that cry could compel government to mobilize earth moving equipment to site.

“No wonder bulldozers are back on the roads. I pray other Chiefs follow suit” – Johnson Asiedu Nketia told Kwame Minka as he lamented on the level of discrimination against perceived strongholds of the NDC or areas where the NPP lost elections.

It will be recalled that, the Goasomanhene poured out his frustration when former President, John Mahama made a stop at his palace as part of the “Building Ghana Tour”.

According to the traditional authority, civil works on the Bediako to Kasapii road, which had been done awaiting asphalt overlay, were halted by the NPP administration after taking over power.

‘What crime have we committed? Even all my god’s have ran away because of dust emanating from abandoned projects’ – Goasomanhene, Nana Akwasi Bosompra lamented as he recounted what he described as ‘inhumane’ treatment by Akuffo Addo.

He added…..“I have tirelessly followed up with various agencies. As well as the central government to see these projects through to completion. But all my efforts have fallen on deaf ears.” .. he Civil works on the Bediako to Kasapii road, which were poised for asphalt overlay, were abruptly halted by the NPP administration upon assuming power.”

The NDC National Chairman, who cited this as a bad precedent with grave consequences on ordinary Ghanaians who have committed no crime, said perhaps tThe hardship facing Ghanaians today is a devine intervention to expose NPP and Ghanaians are now wiser.


Source : Myxyzonline.com|Ghana

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