Ghanaian social media users can never stop questioning the works of public figures in the country no matter the kind of improvement and development these leaders provide to them. Some Ghanaians have questioned the plans and works of the current Paramount chief of the Asogli Traditional Area, Togbe Afede XIV.
The King or the Agbogbomefia of the Asogli State, President of Asogli Traditional Area, Togbe Afede XIV took to his Facebook platform to announce to his people and followers where he was at the moment and what he intends to do in that same place, but it seems some people are not in consensus with his plans.
The current chairman of the Accra Hearts of Oak and board member of several businesses and institution wrote exactly the following on his Facebook page. He said, "I'm in Cameroon. Looking at options for the location of a power plant."
This piece of information should have been a great joy to most Ghanaians but it seems some Ghanaians are not okay with the decision of made by the King to build a power plant in a foreign country.
Most people commenting on the message he posted, were of expecting the chief in the Volta Region to have built the power plant in Volta Region. Also some netizens questioned Togbe Afede XIV why he didn't choose a land in Ghana instead of Cameroon.
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