The National Democratic Congress (NDC) member of parliament for North Tongu in the Volta region Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa, speaking on the Metro Television morning show outlined the dangers under the Nana Addo Dankwa government and where the economy is heading to.
According to him the crisis under Nana Addo's administration is unbearable. Some of these issues include floods, fire outbreaks, road accidents and the killing of innocent people. He explains these problems constantly happen and the president comes out to speak without putting up the good measure to help solve them.
Again, he spoke about the Achimota forest which was revealed in the WILL of the late Sir John. According to Samuel, everything is clear now and NPP member Nana Akomea has nothing to convince him because the truth is finally out. The forest has been shared among some members of the NPP party and the law will be dealt with all of them for the wrong acquisition of the forest.
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