The Good Samaritan reportedly replaced the wooden bridge with a concrete bridge to help the people area move about freely however, the assemblyman did not like the idea.
The young man who shared the story on his Facebook page expressed his shock with the action taken by the assemblyman.
According to him, the Assemblyman indicated that it was in his plans to construct the bridge for the people of mangoase and since his permission was not seemed, he decided to demolish the bridge.
“A young guy, with his own money decided to build a bridge not for himself but for the community to get easy access and can even use their cars on it.
The assemblyman of Mangoase, Agona Swedru with the name Pop, demolished the bridge because they (the assembly) didn't ask my friend Michael Power, to do it and secondly, it is in the plans of the assembly to construct the bridge, so instead of praising this young man for doing a wonderful job, they demolished it”, he said.
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