The Member of Parliament for Damongo Constituency in the Savannah Region on the ticket of the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) and incumbent Minister for Land and Natural Resources, Hon Samuel Abu Jinapor has been captured pushing his car through muddy and dirty water in other to visits some of his constituents in a remote area.
Looking at the nature of the road carefully, it appears it has not been graded for many years not to even think of constructing it or giving it an asphalt look. The people in the village look neglected for a long time but they were very happy to their MP pays them a visit. Unfortunately, the Abu Jinapor's car got stuck in the muddy road as the people in the village were called upon to get into the muddy water to save the Minister's car. Very shameful.
Hon Samuel Abu Jinapor posted this image on his official Facebook wall wanting Ghanaians to know that he is really doing all that he can to visit all his constituents but most Ghanaians shade him instead for such a horrible road. According to him, this village is the remotest part of his constituency and as part of his two-day community engagements with his constituents, he decided to pay them a visit.
Most Ghanaians after coming across this picture told him that there is nothing to be proud of about his visit to these Ghanaians. The fact that he is even pushing his car on a muddy and wretched road indicate that he and his NPP government have failed the people. The best he can now is to promise these people of constructing the road for them so that the next time he visits them, his car will not get stuck in the middle of the muddy road.
Check out reactions from some Ghanaians below:
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