Muntaka Mubarak, a member of the Asawase constituency in the Ashanti region, called on voters in the region to vote for the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) to punish them because despite being in power, they still failed to develop The stronghold of the party in the region.
He said that there is no artillery road in the Asose constituency under construction by the current government.
Mr. Montaka said that although the ruling party, the National People’s Party, has been in power for only four years, it is still working hard to build the main road in the Ashanti region.
Congressman Akufo-Addo (Akufo-Addo) said that there are no major development projects in the area.
He wants residents of the area to ask the president what he has done for them since taking office.
Mr. Montaka said that the region is a stronghold of the ruling nuclear power plant and should benefit a lot from the national cake.
He mentioned that President Akufo-Addo had promised to transfer between Kumasi, Accra and Temale, but pointed out that the transfer between Accra and Temale had already started, but there was no progress in Kumasi.
Asawase lawmakers pointed out that the NPP government is gradually turning Kumasi into a village. Therefore, they call on residents of the area to let the party know that voting on the NPP in the upcoming general elections cannot take them for granted.
Mr. Montaka said this during a health check exercise organized by the Association of Professor Naana Jane (Kayayies, Aboboya Riders, Market Women and Drivers Union) in Asawase, Ashanti Region on Sunday, September 20, 2020.
“The Ashanti region has shown its commitment to the NPP, but the NPP has not shown gratitude. The NPP has not shown that they appreciate the work done in the region. Therefore, they must give up voting and teach them if you are the NPP government and ignore Ashanti region, this is what will happen to you. I think when they do, any nuclear power plant government in the future will take Ashanti region seriously.”
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