The people in Kasoa Opeikuma in the central region of Ghana are crying over lack of public infrastructures like; local roads and street, access road, bridges and sidewalk and many more.
According to the residents; the Member of Parliament in that district, who is in the person of Honorable Mavis Hawa Koomson made a promise to them that, all their bad roads, street, bridges and so on and so forth, She will make sure all is constructed after the National Patriotic Party (NPP) have come to power. Due to this promise made by the Honorable member Hawa Koomson, the people voted massively for the current sitting president Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo to come to power.
Its been almost five years since that promise was made but nothing has being done for the people.
Opeikuma people are pleading with the government to, at least fulfill only one promise and leave the rest because they are part of those who used all their resources and time to make sure the NPP government come to power.
This news came up when one YouTube channel by the name "Flow Gh tv" was in the hood making an interview with the people about what the government has been able to do them.
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