- Kojo Oppong Nkrumah has defended the inclusion of the Adenta astroturf as a completed project
- According to him, it was an error which was obviously overlooked and missed
- The Information Minister maintained that the accusation by the NDC was therefore misplaced
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Information Minister, Kojo Oppong Nkrumah, has defended the inclusion of the Adenta astroturf as a completed project.
According to Oppong Nkrumah, it was an error that was obviously overlooked by the team in charge of the verification of facts.
Speaking on JoyNews’ PM Express Oppong Nkrumah said that is the cause for the ‘ghost’ project been listed on the NPP delivery tracker website.
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“Well MMDCEs forward the dataset in…It turns out that it was inaccurate. Verifications were done and I’m sure they missed it,” Oppong Nkrumah.
Despite the inaccuracies, he maintained that the accusation by the NDC was clearly false.
“Even if you took out that one or give or take the 26 that our colleagues in the NDC say that they had a challenge with, some of which I have seen tonight [and] even online, people go back to those places and say that ‘but that can’t be true’, he added
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Meanwhile, the biggest opposition party in Ghana, the National Democratic Congress (NDC), has described the incumbent New Patriotic Party’s manifesto as uninspiring and recycled.
The Deputy General Secretary of the NDC, Peter Otokunor, told Citi News, the NPP has only repackaged their failed promises to Ghanaians to lure them for votes come December 7.
He added that the NPP manifesto is also full of promises which are not doable and feasible in this current Ghana.
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