In Ghana, it is hard you hear of certain individuals or politicians using their own pocket money for a developmental project in our communities. But according to Deloris Frimpong Manso, popularly known in showbiz as Delay, a young man has done the work of an Assemblyman, Minister or a Member of Parliament and needs to be celebrated.
Some Ghanaians expect that as the government is working hard to construct major roads in the country, some wealthy individuals or politicians will use their own pocket to develop their area or constituency.
According to Delay's post on Facebook, a young man named Atta Frimpong has used his money to construct a 2km asphalt road at Lashibi, Accra. That's is the man in your picture above. Most Ghanaians have hailed him for doing the job of a real patriotic citizen.
Some Ghanaians said that, if we have 5 of his kind in every community, Ghana will be heaven on earth. Check out blessings that Netizens showered on him:
A Facebook user known as Ofori Waa reacted that, "First time hearing about something like this in Ghana. This man is a hero and should be celebrated".
Another Facebook user known as Edem Kwame Seshie also said that "Wow this is the man, May God bless him and his family".
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