Bring out your infrastructural record-Francis Adomako jabs NDC


Francis Adomako, Ashanti Regional Organiser of the New Patriotic Party

The Ashanti Regional Organizer of the NPP has asked the NDC to provide Ghanaians with evidence of their much touted infrustructural records claim.

His call comes after the Communication Officer of the NDC Sammy Gyamfi raised concerns about the total number of infrustructural projects listed by Dr. Mahmud Bawumia on 18th August, 2020 when he held town Hall meeting as done by the Akufo-Addo led government as false.

The Regional Organizer opined, the communication officer should rather provide Ghanaians with records of their infrustructural projects to counter the claims of the NPP rather than trying to discredit the achievements of this current government in terms of infrustructural projects.

Specifics on date of commencement of those projects and the costs involved between 2009 to 2016 must be captured as well, he added.

Mr. Francis Adomako further went on to ask, how can 26 out of 17,634 error representing 0.1% make the presentation of the Vice President untrue.

The Organizer, however, challenged the NDC to also list all their infrustructural projects during their first term in office and give specific districts where they can be located as Dr. Bawumia did in his presentation rather than engaging in mediocrity.

Mr. Francis Adomako, without mincing words further stressed that, the NDC lack ideas in governing this country that is why they waited all that long for the NPP to outdoor it’s manifesto before fixing a date to launch theirs.

“I wont be surprised if the long awaited so called manifesto that has taken the NDC 3yrs and 8months to complete shall feature legalisation of Okada, legalisation of prostitution, legalisation of cutting down trees, legalisation of galamsey and a lot of fake promises such as free University as well as a lot of freebies”, he said.

He further reiterated the NDC’s agenda of spewing lies and trying to polish them to be the truth. He admonished every Ghanaian on the NPP’s campaign manifesto and promises, and be resolute in the party’s advocacy of moving Ghana to the promised land.

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