The Kumasi Youth Association (KYA) has called on the government to show them the exact location of the new state-of-the-art theater it is building in Kumasi, the Ashanti region.
According to the organization, there is no such theater under construction in the city.
This called on Vice President Mahamudu Bawumia to come clean with them and show them the exact location of the theater.
Talking to Elisha Adarkwah, Kumasi FM, on Monday, 24 August 2020, the General Secretary of the Association, Kwabena Frimpong, said that only a stalled renovation of the Apatakesease building situated in the Kumasi Cultural Centre, had taken place.
"We as a whole tuned in to the Manifesto, and furthermore we additionally tuned in to the Vice-President when he was talking about the foundation or the consummation of tasks they've done. In it we heard that they said they're developing an auditorium in Kumasi which is absolutely bogus. Since starting at now, none of us even knows where that venue is being set up or being finished. We don't realize whether they're doing it in the Cultural Center or any place in light of the fact that with Apatakesease Cultural Center, we as a whole know it's an old task, and I realize they were in any event, doing redesign a few years prior.
"I don't know whether they were alluding to the Creative Arts School, which is being developed at Kwadaso; we don't have the foggiest idea whether it is that venture that they're alluding to. Be that as it may, starting at now, we don't have the foggiest idea where that performance center is being fabricated and we'll wish that the Vice President will come out and give us where the undertaking is with the goal that we would all be able to go out and see.
"I don't know if it's a new one they're trying to do, the one we're going to say, Hallelujah. I don't know whether the Vice President is referring to the Prempeh Assembly Hall.
"We haven't seen any theater being built in the city, I think they should come back and let us know."
At the launch of its manifesto on Saturday, 22 August 2020, the ruling NPP indicated that it was building an ultra-modern theater in the Ashanti region.
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