The member of Parliament for the Tamale North constituency, Honorable Alhassan Suhuyini has indicated that the NDC will continue and complete all uncompleted projects under the NPP when the NDC come into office in 2025.
Mr Suhuyini made this declaration when he appeared on TV3’s “The Key Point” show together with Honorable Joseph Kpemka to discuss some topical matters in the country.
The issues under discussion included the “agenda 111” by the current government and the “do-or-die” statement by former President John Dramani Mahama in a Techiman based radio station.
Honorable Suhuyini indicated on the show that, unlike the NPP who have always abandoned on-going projects they inherit, the NDC always do well by continuing and completing projects they inherit and even go to the extent of acknowledging those who began the project.
Citing the Bui Dam and the N1 Highway, he reiterated that former Presidents Atta Mills and John Mahama respectively invited former President John Agyekum Kuffour to partake in commissioning of the projects.
He argued that the NPP have been able to post the backlog of nurses because of the health infrastructures the NDC built before leaving office and so the NPP cannot make it look as though they (NDC) did nothing before leaving office.
” We all know the NPP has always been abandoning projects they inherit. Quite the opposite of the NDC. Let me rest assure the NPP that the NDC will continue and complete all projects we inherit in 2025 after we win the 2024 elections”, he reiterated.
The 2024 elections promises to be a hit contest between the two major political parties in the country more especially after the leader of the NDC declared “do-or-die”.
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