Host of TV XYZ morning show, Okatakyie Afrifa-Mensah has sent some messages to John Dramani Mahama following what he failed to do during his tenure of office as president and also vice president under Evans Atta Mills.
According to Okatakyie Afrifa, John Agyekum Kuffour started the construction of the Accra to Kumasi highway. He added that John Agyekum Kuffour couldn't finish this project and left office.
He added that when John Mahama's administration took over, they failed to continue this massive project. He called both John Mahama and John Atta Mills as "bad" people for failing to continue a project which will benefit the whole country. He also made it clear that when it comes to the issue of speaking the truth, he will leave his political affiliation aside and fire them as expected.
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The issue of non continuation of projects when one political party takes over from another is really wasting the resources of the country. There are numerous projects in various towns, cities and also bushes which have been left unattended by the Akufo Addo led administration. These infrastructures in the bushes often get destroyed by the bushes or various equipments get stolen by some people causing another burden on Ghanaians.
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