The Managing Editor of the Insight Newspaper Kwesi Pratt has said that he is not sure the decongestion exercise currently undergoing at Accra will be happening if we are six months from an election in Ghana.
Kwesi Pratt made this statement as a panelist on 'Good Morning Ghana' today, 19th May 2021, when he gave his opinion on the decongestion exercise being carried out in some parts of Accra to remove unauthorized structures.
According to Kwesi Pratt, all the other decongestion exercises which started in the past ended when we were getting closer to elections. So, this one won't be an exception.
"This decongestion exercise is going on because we are three years from the elections.
I am not so sure if we are six months from an election, this will be happening." -he said
He added that some Accra Mayors started decongestion exercises and were stopped because it was getting closer to Elections.
He concluded by saying that the decongestion exercises are being carried out outside the constituency of the Mayor, Henry Quartey. So, he is waiting to see what will happen when it gets to his constituency.
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