Ghanaians descend on Akufo-Addo for suggesting his government is constructing real roads
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Ghanaians descend on Akufo-Addo for suggesting his government is constructing real roads

Ghanaians on social media have refuted claims and assertions by President Nana Akufo-Addo that his government is on track with the construction roads across the country.

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"I told Ghanaians that this is the year of roads. Ghanaians can testify to this. We are not doing 'green book' propaganda roads, we are doing genuine roads on the ground for all to see. All my roads are 'feeli feeli' roads, not green book roads,” Akufo-Addo said recently when he cut the sod for the construction of the Essiama-Nkroful-Telekubokazo road, in the Ellembelle constituency in the Western Region.

But some Ghanaians on social media seem to disagree with the President’s assertions on the construction of roads.

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Ghanaians are of a total view when it comes to the construction of roads under the current NPP administration.

Whereas Akufo-Addo says Ghanaians are witnessing, at first hand, massive road infrastructure across the country, some Ghanaians on social say they find the roads the NPP leadership is talking about.

YEN.com.gh has compiled below some of the mixed opinions and views expressed by Ghanaians on Facebook.

Kwabena says he can't see the roads President Akufo-Addo is talking of.

Sedinam is questioning why roads are being constructed four months to elections.

Jeffery says the previous government did well in construction of roads as compared to Nana Addo.

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Alfred wants to know where the Akufo -Addo roads are.

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YEN.com.gh earlier reported that the Vice Presidential Candidate for the National Democratic Congress (NDC) Professor Naana Jane Opoku-Agyemang has hinted that the manifesto of the biggest opposition party will address all the needs of teachers and nurses in the country.

The NDC running mate further assured teachers and nurses of enhanced remuneration when they come into power in 2021.

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