Award-winning journalist and media Personnel, Nana Kwadwo Jantuah during Today’s Nhyira FM’s “Kuro yi mu nsem” show has stated emphatically that, Ashanti Region would have been better in terms of development if we had more Members of Parliament like Hon. Mohammed Mubarak Muntaka, ( MP for Asawase)
According to Nana Kwadwo Jantuah, the performance of the MPs in the Ashanti region is so poor and that’s why we are behind in development as compared to others. He said all these when he was talking about the bad roads in Offinso North.
He showed a video where a police car was stacked in a mud and another police car had to help pull it through the mud and waters. He compared Ashanti region to Singapore in terms of mineral resources and was discovered Ashanti region was far ahead yet less developed
In Ashanti Region Alone, there is gold, bauxite, diamond, cocoa while Singapore has only palm trees. He thinks Ashanti region is not respected enough by the politicians even though they have a great influence in elections.
He commended Hon. Muntaka for his hardwork that has helped in the development of Asawase and urged other MPs to learn from him
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