Evans Mensah, a presenter at Joy FM has sent a bold message to the minister of Sanitation and Water Resources, Honourable Cecelia Abena Dapaah.
Speaking on Joy FM this morning, Evans Mensah recalled what President Akufo Addo and the minister promised to do for the people of Accra. He added that president Akufo Addo made it clear that Accra will become the cleanest city in Africa before 2020.
This promise failed because the minister failed to achieve the targets. Evans Mensah added that the minister must resign immediately because Accra is possibly the filthiest city in Accra.
He added that the minister has just one job to do but she still failed. Evans Mensah listed her amongst the ministers that must resign or be reshuffled immediately.
"The next is Sanitation and Water Resources Minister, Cecelia Abena Dapaah. She is there to do one thing; turn Greater Accra into the cleanest city in Africa. She has failed to do that. This second term, Accra is possibly the filthiest city in Africa. For me, she must also go" he said
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