However, he had a challenge with his mountain bike during his exploration and fixed it himself.
He wrote that
“Awesome to get out today and explore the constituencies of Ningo-Prampram, Ado West and Ado East. I rode my mountain bike 70km from Prampram to Ada Foah. In addition to exercise, fresh air and meeting friendly Ghanaians, it also gave me a better understanding of the challenges Ghana faces achieving the United Nations SDGs.”
Moreover, he took a picture at an area that’s covered with plastic waste, and a bill board of Honourable Samuel Nartey George, MP for Ningo Prampram constituency, was erected at the site.
This has caused massive stir on social media.
Some of the concerns of the people are stated below.
Ofylia Tyra Mana Anderson wrote that
“Its high time we think of how recycle plastic wastes in this country”
Michael Gariba wrote that
“I am sad to see how waste is been disposed indiscriminately.
Why are they not providing waste containers for the community. The Politicians and the assembly been sleeping on the job.”
De law wrote that
“Right in the middle of the refuse dump stands the mighty billboard of the MP and in the middle of that waste they worship their God.”
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