Minister Responsible for Roads, Hon. Kwasi Amoako-Attah, has just announced a programme for 6,000km of roads, 200 bridges and 20 interchanges in the next 4 years.
He also touched on the 4,000km of roads already constructed, the 7 interchanges worked on and the over 40 bridges built in government's first term.
He further explained what it takes to get these programmes completed in the next 4 years .
Can Government, technocrats and citizens master what it takes to complete them? Let’s find out our various roles and play them.
This has caused massive reactions online. Ready comments;
Still promising even after winning the elections through falsehood? Show actions rather than these mere talks!
Great. All roads in the villages need to be fixed to win the heart of the people again. 2024 is a must win.
No more promises. Go back and fix the old promises we will be ok at Nkoranza Town roads
Stop deceiving yourself and the public, just one interchange you started at Tamale koraa you couldn’t finished, how much more 20 interchanges, a tongue and a face of lying politician.
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