A few inhabitants in the Amansie West District of the Ashanti Region have arranged a gigantic show against the Ashanti Regional Chairman of the incumbent New Patriotic Party NPP Bernard Antwi Boasiako over an road project.
The occupants from around four communities specifically Seidi, Koben, Amanchia and Ahwerewa have requested that the NPP fault themselves and the regional chairman assuming they lose more votes in the 2024 general elections, saying the party has neglected to respect their guarantees of giving them good roads.
As indicated by them, the neglected roads in the district have turned into a genuine mishap causing indifference and outrage among a few members of the NPP in the district.
The Unit Committee chairman for Ahwerewa Electoral Area Mr Kwame Ampofo who professed to be a key individual from the NPP in an interview on Wednesday, January 12, 2022 said they are very much informed that the neglected street should be developed by Mr Benard Antwi Boasiako.
The project crossing from Seidi to Ahwerewa Mr Ampofo unveiled was begun in 2016 and has not been finished till date making many difficulties for occupants using the roads.
"Criminals have taken control on the road because of its bad nature, and they are killing individuals out and about from time to time," he clarified.
The Chief of Ahwerewa Nana Osei Owusu Kuffour Akunnor Ababio who was essential for the demonstration communicated and stressed over the way that they are being washed with dust on the road.
He noticed that the policies of the NPP in the Ashanti Region have reliably ignored the Amansie West District One area the NPP harvests more votes in any general elections.
He spoke to the government to as an issue of desperation converse with the contractor for him to accelerate chips away at the street.
The Personal Assistant to Mr Bernard Antwi Boasiako and an individual from the NPP's communication team in the Ashanti Region Mr Duncan Boateng in an interview with this confirmed that the NPP's regional chairman is the contractor on the said road.
He clarified that Mr Benard Antwi Boasiako has not abandoned the road, adding that laborers are still working to finish the project.
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