The embattled Former Central Regional Chairman of the National Democratic Congress, Kojo Allotey Jacobs has claimed credited Former President Jerry John Rawlings for opening up this country. He made this claim on Asempa FM's late afternoon talk show Ekosii Sen today, Wednesday 14th April, 2021.
His bold comment come after the host of the programme OB revealed that, road accidents have taken about forty-six thousand (46,000) lives since 1991. According to Mr Allotey Jacobs, if we jail guilty drivers, road accidents would stop. He said, "if we jail these drivers for long term, the nonsense would stop".
He questioned why several roads in this country are still in depolable state.
He said, " I credit the late President Jerry John Rawlings for opening up this country. He asphalted major roads we have now. When we were travelling to Hilla Liman's hometown back in the days, the roads were very bad but there were no accidents at that time."
Allotey Jacobs' co-panelist, Bernard Anim Piesie further buttressed on the poor nature of our roads. He said, there are many potholes from Tetteh Quarshie to Atomic Junction and for four years now, nothing has been done about the situation".
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