Poor road network is one of the challenges facing Ghana as a company country. Most of our roads are in a bad shape and needs to be constructed again. The government of Ghana last year launched an initiative which was dubbed "the year of roads". Many Ghanaians tagged the year of roads initiative which started last year by the government as a one of the political gimmicks to win the hearts of people for votes because most of the roads which were constructed are now in a bad shape. Some of the roads too were not tarred at all. They were left in their dusty and muddy state.
That is why the people of Akyem Ofoase are lamenting about. Akyem Afoase a place which is in the Afoase Ayirebi Constituency were Information Minister, Kojo Oppong Nkrumah is the MP. Drivers in the constituency have shared their ordeal and it's not pleasant at all.
In the video sighted by TheProgrammeNews, the drivers stressed that their MP Kojo Oppong Nkrumah hasn't done anything for them since he resumed power. Their roads have been deteriorated and it seems he doesn't care about it. They added that he is not helping them at all.
Watch the video here; https://www.facebook.com/100997121611463/posts/447629666948205/?app=fbl
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