A communication team member of the NPP, Ellen Ama Daaku, has revealed that she will be on the case of Ministers, DCE's and MCE's because she doesn't understand why with all the resources at their disposal, they are unable to manage their Assemblies well.
Ellen Ama Daaku made this statement on 'Good Morning Ghana' on Metro television this morning, 28th June 2021, when she lamented poor management of Assemblies which results in perennial floodings.
According to her, those people we have paid and still paying with our taxpayers' money must be held accountable.
"I will be on the Ministers, and I will be on the DCE's and MCE's. We should be on their case. As for me, Ellen, I will be on their case because I don't get why we should have an Assembly and Assembly members with all the resources that go in there, But are unable to make concrete decisions that will help develop their Assemblies especially, from floods." She said
She also said that the Assemblies cannot tell Ghanaians that they don't get resources. Although it might come a bit late, they get it.
She added that we are not calling our DCE's and MCE's to order through the Assemblies and local government so, things have gone bad. If everything was going on well, we won't need a regional minister to be going to the Assemblies and be asking questions.
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