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All Those Who Are ‘Destroying’ My Name In The Ashanti Region Will Be ‘Disgraced’ One By One

All Those Who Are ‘Destroying’ My Name In The Ashanti Region Will Be ‘Disgraced’ One By One

On July 18 of this year some residents of Suame in the Ashanti Region pelted sachet water on their MP, Honorable Osei Kyei Mensah Bonsu on accusations of bad roads in the constituency. It was an unforgettable sight for the Majority Leader and Minister of Parliamentary Affairs. In later commentaries Osei Kyei noted that he received intel that those who committed the act were encouraged by certain elements of within the NDC.

Well, it is exactly 3 months and today, Tuesday, October 18, 2022, President Akufo-Addo alongside Osei Kyei Mensah Bonsu cut sod for the construction of the Suame Interchange to ease road traffic and provide better roads for the people in that constituency. According to the president this interchange will be the first of its kind in the region and also a first after the Pokuase interchange in West Africa.

Akufo-Addo explained that no president has done more than his government when it comes to roads in the Ashanti. He boldly told his critics that they will be embarrassed because of the good things he is doing in the Ashanti. He admitted to difficulties in the country and assured Ghanaians that he was doing everything possible to restore the country to her glory.

“And to those who are going around tarnishing my name in the Ashanti Region you will be disgraced and disgraced again one by one today, tomorrow and the next day. I thank you all and God bless you”

Many have accused President Akufo-Addo for doing little for the region when it comes to developments. The President has been told severally that with the votes that come from the region he should have done more. Well, Akufo-Addo has responded to them and said Suame is just the beginning and this and other projects will bring disgrace to those who try to taint his reputation.

Use the link below to watch the video. Kindly start from 49:30

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