Mr. George Kwarteng Adenta, a Presidential Staffer and Director of Events and Programs at NPP national Youth Wing, has asserted that Ashanti Region are not bothered by the IMF. They should just be given an Interchange at Suame and Anloga Junction and NPP will secure their 2 million votes in the region.
In a post shared on his official Facebook page on Sunday, 3rd July 2022, George Kwarteng Adenta wrote;
"Ashanti Region don't care about IMF, just give them Suame and Anloga Junction Interchange and your 2 million votes will be secure!"
The comments of the NPP director of events and programs comes in wake of government decision to go to the International Monetary Fund (IMF) for a bailout. Many people have reacted to why NPP has made a U-turn to go to IMF after they told Ghanaians that it wasn't an option for Ghana.
NPP has been a strong hold of the NPP in elections since 1992.
Some people did take it lightly. Some find his comment offensive.
A user wrote;
"Sometimes, some of you guys should at least do a little bit of critical thinking before taking. This is an insult to your own people in the Ashanti region."
"Some will nicodemously come and shade us meanwhile back in your region they ve been voting for same party since 1992 and yet cant even boast of any decent infrustructure but the moment they hear Ashanti region p3 their turkey come...anaa mode3 mokyini development ." A user wrote to commend him.
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