No construction work is ongoing on the sites earmarked for the construction of a bridge over lake Volta which will stretch from Donfor to Adidome commonly known as Volivo brigde.
According to Volta NDC TV on Facebook, its sources have been on the ground a while ago and retained with evidence showing nothing is taking shape there.
NDC Volta TV went on to clarify that it is trying to debunk rumors that the bridge is about to completed among other things.
"The Volivo bridge which the NPP communicators want to make us believe is about to be completed is untrue.
"A check at the site this morning shows work is yet to start.
The reality at the area is that Farmers are farming in the said area with no construction work ongoing.
"You will recall in December, 2016 the John Mahama government secured USD 112.39million loan facility from the Japanese government for the construction of the bridge on the Volta lake.
"Over the years the Nana Addo government did not pay much attention to the project."
Meanwhile, the video evidence which is monitored by Accraisback Platform shows that not even a single excavator is on site.
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