There have been some growing concerns about the slow pace of infrastructure development in the Ashanti Region, particularly the lack of Interchanges at the roundabouts of Suame, Bekwai, Santasi, Airport, Anloga Junction, and uncompleted Sofoline Interchange.
However, Mr. Sarfo Raphael Patrick has assured the people of Asanteman not to be wary because the NPP Government within the next two years before the 2024 general elections will ensure that a good number of infrastructure projects are undertaken and completed. He, therefore, urges the Youth to stop murmuring and complaining because the worst of NPP is the best of NDC.
Ashanti Region has experienced a good number of road projects under the Government’s Year of Roads initiative and certainly, more of such projects will continue under NPP Government.
The Ashanti Regional Youth Organizer also stated that NPP Government has tremendously done well in all the sectors of the economy despite the global crisis of COVID-19 and the Russia-Ukraine War.
Yes, there have been some challenges and delays but we need to have the assurance that Akufo-Addo’s Government will definitely deliver on its promises to the good people of the Ashanti Region and Ghanaians at large before the end of his tenure.
Mr. Sarfo Raphael Patrick commended Akufo-Addo’s Government for the expansion of various infrastructure projects at the Senior High Schools 1D1F, Ambulances, Kumasi Airport, and a host of other developmental projects in the Region.
The Ashanti Regional Youth Organizer however calls on the Government to expedite action and press the Road Minister to start the construction of the Interchanges the Government promised the Region because there is an urgent need to consolidate the Stronghold and the heart of the Party before voter apathy set in.
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