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Social Media On Fire As The NDC Claims The Ownership Of Ekumfi Fruit Juice Factory.

It seems all the good things the country is benefiting from are the legacies of the National Democratic Congress (NDC). NDC has recently been claiming the ownership of most projects under the NPP government. Few days ago, the NDC publicly claimed they started the Pokuase Interchange which was commissioned by HE Nana Addo Dankwah Akufo-Addo. They have also added that if not for John Dramani Mahama, the Ho Regional Airport would have not been there.

Recently, John Edward Afful who is a member of the Second Parliament of the Fourth Republic for the Abura Asebu Kwamankese constituency has noted that they the NDC started the Ekumfi Fruit Juice Factory which was commissioned by the ruling Government in 2017. According to him, the NDC had the plan of building the factory under the leadership of the late Prof Mills, so he bought land and gave farmers money to start cultivating pineapples. He added that the Ekumfi Fruit Juice Factory is part of NDC's legacy.

Following the comment of the Statesman, social media users have lambasted the NDC for claiming what they had no hand in it. Most reactors on the words of Mr. John Afful have noted that the NDC should stop claiming things which belongs to the state. Due to the attitude of the NDC claiming all projects recently, some have noted that it was the NDC who gave Tetteh Quarshie lorry fare to Fernando Po to bring Cocoa to Ghana.

"NDC wasn't like this until JM took over. Everything is basaa, all the wise men in the party are quiet and feel very ashamed. Is left with those who can insult." One of the commentators shared.

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