The Member of Parliament for Atiwa West in the Eastern Region of Ghana, Kwasi Amoako Attah who doubles as the Minister in charge of Roads and Highways has debunked claims that, Ghana's roads need fixing.
The Lawyer, Management Consultant and Politician has said the New Patriotic Party, led by Nana Addo and Dr. Bawumia started fixing roads in a strong manner in somewhere 2017 so it's out of order for anyone to say "fix the roads in 2021". "You are years behind" he added.
The country over the last few days spanning up to a month has seen various Social Media hashtags making waves, there was even a planned demonstration on that matter but it was foiled by the national security and other state security operatives.
Below is link to the video in which the Minister claimed all those shouting "fix the roads" in 2021 are far behind and thus need to catch up.
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