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Kojo Yankson Finally Exposes Akufo-Addo Government Over Another 450 Million Saga, Read Details

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A popular journalist of Multimedia, Kojo Yankson has boldly exposed the ruling Akufo-Addo government over another 450 million cedis saga.

President Akufo-Addo in an event in Accra revealed that his government has spent about 450 million cedis to fight the flooding situation in our country and as a result, they've reduced the incidence of floods in Accra and other parts of the country.

While reacting to this on the radio, Kojo Yankson revealed that the Akufo-Addi government failed to use the 450 million cedis judiciously in other to fight the floods. He revealed that in other countries, people will be facing trial for misusing the state money.

" In spending ¢450M to solve our drainage system in Ghana, the government failed to produce a drainage master plan. They also didn't budget enough and even with the little money they budgeted, the finance ministry failed to release the money on time. So some of the drainage systems ended up being ineffective. Defects were found in 55% of the work that was done and that's how sad the situation is. There was no budget for maintenance also. Is this not what we have some people stand trial in court in other countries?? How can you do this bad work with 450 million cedis?" Kojo Yankson boldly revealed this on Joy FM.

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