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We Have Done What JM Couldn't Do For You In Your Own Region – Miracles Aboagye Tells NDC Panelist

 

Eric Adjei, an NDC communicator and Dennis Miracles Aboagye clashed on Asempa FM’s Ekosii Sen today hosted by OB, Monday, November 8, 2021. It was a straight give and take debate as the NDC panelist insisted that the NPP have done very little to develop Ghana. He explained that regions like Bono and Ahafo regions have seen very little development.

Eric noted that Akufo-Addo has created new regions and yet not developing them. This comment was debunked by Dennis Aboagye, a former MCE of Akuapem North. According to Dennis there are about 27 companies that the NPP has situated in the Bono and Ahafo regions. He cited examples of rice, chalk, roofing tiles, burnt bricks, paper factories that have been established to help develop the region. Interestingly, Dennis mentioned of an oxygen producing factory to be situated in the home region of Eric and said this was a clear sign that the Akufo-Addo led government is not partial.

“There is an oxygen processing plant. This is not coming to Accra but Eric Adjei’s region in Bono. It is called Jokmas company to be situated in Sunyani. Eric should rather praise Akufo-Addo for the good work being done”

Dennis challeneged his NDC panelist to for once learn to applaud the government for the good things being done. He added that the erstwhile John Mahama government failed to develop the Brong Ahafo region, something the NPP had done. He dared Eric to list the things John Mahama did for them in Bring Ahafo. Dennis was of the view that even if 2 people are employed by these companies it will go on to reduce unemployment numbers by 2. He wondered why all the NDC communicators do is to criticize the government even when there was nothing to complain.

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