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The NPP has not abandoned inherited projects from the NDC - GETFund Administrator

It may be recalled that the major opposition party in the country, the National Democratic Congress (NDC) has accused the incumbent party, the NPP of abandoning the projects they (NDC) started when they were in power.

However, the NPP has not been able to boldly come out and debunk that assertion by the NDC bec ause i believe they (NPP) feel they NDC will say they have stolen their projects and taken credit for something they did not initiate.

Nonetheless, Richard Ampofo Boadu, the GETFund administrator says no inherited project has been abandoned.

Speaking on Asempa FM’s Ekosii Sen, the GETFund administrator says the NPP government have so far completed about 2,000 projects, including inherited and new projects.

Breaking it down, he said the projects include 406 inherited projects and 1,666 new projects at both the basic and secondary school levels as well as two projects at the tertiary level.

However, Mr Boadu says the tertiary projects have not seen much completion because projects were left in the legacies of Vice Chancellors (VCs) and therefore successors did not continue the projects.

“But for the tertiary level, we have recorded this low number because most of the projects were made VC’s legacies, so successors did not want to continue them but we have given an order for the institutions to complete them and they are doing just that,”.

One will therefore be wondering why the NPP had not spue this out all this time to be applauded? After all, when you continue your predecessors projects, it is to the benefit of all Ghanaians and not the party who initiated the project.

Now that we know that they have not abandoned the NDC's projects, but have actually completed them, the NDC can no longer point accusing fingers at them.

Source: www.adomonline.com

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