Activities of the president is now under scrutiny of many Ghanaians because they have stated the government in power hasn't undertake any huge project. This has therefore prompt the president to cut sod for any project his government will undertake so that Ghanaians will know that they are indeed working.
But after commissioning some of the projects in the region, we have chanced on a video where man has gone to capture some of the projects the president commisioned upon his visits to Oti and Volta Region. According to the man in the video, the president brought about 54 V8s only to commision an ECG transformer. This video has went viral with popular NDC's communicators all posting on their social media handles.
As people who always want to bring the actual and authentic news to our readers, we the workers at TheProgrammeNews have critically taken time to decode whatever was seen in the video. When you watch the video critically, you can notice that there are some written words on the walls. Looking at the written words , it says the President commisioned "Anfoega Lorry Park and Storm Drains" but not ECG transformer.
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