A Ghanaian based in abroad did a live video on Facebook today. He condemned the Ashanti Regional Minister, Simon Osei Kyei Mensah for his incompetence over the year. He went ahead to remind the Ashanti Regional Minister that he owed his current political achievements due to the allegiance of the Asanteman. Based on this fact, he explained that Simon has chosen not to help Nana Addo develop Asanteman. He praised Henry Quartey of his great works in developing Greater Accra.
This is what he said; "You owe your current feat in the NPP because of the Asanteman. Thus, Ghanaians thought that you will use your wisdom to help the Nana Addo led administration develop the Ashanti Region. However, you have chosen to do otherwise. You have the audacity to boldly say that you were the one who deployed soldiers to Sekyeredumase. You have only three years ahead. Do something for Asanteman. Can't you see what Henry Quartey is doing in Greater Accra? Isn't it not attractive to you? You have turned yourself into the Minister of insults."
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