Member of Parliament for North Tongu Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa has criticized the Government embarking on projects which will not benefit the country.
In his Twitter post, the honorable member of parliament explained how NDC members of parliament were able to successfully scuttled govt’s 2023 plans to demolish the Accra International Conference Centre & construct a new one at a staggering €116million (GHS1.3billion).
He went on further to highlight another achievement by blocking proposals by govt to open new embassies abroad.
The Tweet reads: “NDC MPs have successfully scuttled govt’s 2023 plans to demolish the Accra International Conference Centre & construct a new one at a staggering €116million (GHS1.3billion).We also blocked proposals by govt to open new embassies abroad.Broke Ghana must know it’s priorities.”
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