- Sammy Gyamfi has organized another press conference at a 1V1D site in the Northern Region
- The NDC communications officers says they will jail all NPP officials who cause financial loss to the state
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The opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) has hinted that it will prosecute the Minister of Special Development Initiatives, Mavis Hawa Koomson for causing financial loss to the state.
The NDC’s national communications officer, Sammy Gyamfi reiterated a position he had earlier stated when he held a press conference at one of the dried-up dams at Nakpachie in the Northern Region.
Mr. Gyamfi took a swipe at the Akufo-Addo administration for deceiving the people of the north with empty promises.
He also noted that the NPP’s One Village One Dam promise has not seen the light of the day since coming into office.
It is on the back of this that, the NDC’s communications officer held a press conference at one of the sites earmarked for the construction of a dam in the Northern Region of Ghana.
At the presser, Mr. Gyamfi said he has penned down some names of officials in the NPP administration who will face prosecution when the NDC wins election 2020.
He noted that these persons have caused financial loss to the state by their actions and inactions.
According to him, the “shoddy” job done by the government, is a total waste of taxpayers’ money.
“You know that they constructed these things knowing very well that they were not doing any meaningful thing that can stand the test of time”.
About a month ago, Mr. Gyamfi held a similar press conference at the River Pra in the Central Region where illegal mining (Galamsey) has destroyed the water body.
The press conference focused on the havoc of the failed galamsey fight and President Nana Akufo-Addo’s role as Co-Chair of the SDGs Advocates group.
The factory, De United Foods Industries Limited (Dufil) will produce Indomie (noodles). Commissioning the factory, the senior minister said the factory is expected to add about 150 direct jobs to Ghana’s economy.
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