- The MP for Subin, Eugene Boakye Antwi, has declared his intention to resign from Parliament
- He added that he will do so if it is proven that the John Mahama-led administration built 16 hospitals that are yet to be commissioned
The Member of Parliament (MP) for the Subin constituency, Eugene Boakye Antwi, has revealed the condition under which he is ready to resign from Parliament.
According to him, he will immediately vacate his seat if the claims that the John Mahama administration built 16 hospitals are true.
He added that he is doubtful of the existence of the hospitals in the first place, let alone the need to commission them.
He went ahead to say that it is wrong to presume a member of the current government will implement measures to ensure that hospitals are commissioned for use.
“All the agitations from members of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) are witch-hunting moves against the current administration.
We will not mind their propagandist motives; rather we will remain focused, thinking of how to fix the economy as we are doing now,” he said.
Explaining further on UTV’s ‘Adekye Nsroma’ panel discussion, the Deputy Minister for Works and Housing indicated that “government is prevented from embarking on a lot of key projects due to lack of finances.”
He explained that the country is dealing with a crises, as a majority of the current ministers work from their homes.
In that respect, he went on, it is never true that the present administration is playing politics with built infrastructure when they are needed, especially in the health sector.
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