Where are the roads Mahama constructed, did he lie to us? - Nana Addo wonders

Where are the roads Mahama constructed, did he lie to us? - Nana Addo wonders

- Nana Addo is arguing that Mahama lied over his achievements in the roads sector

- Most of the roads in Ghana are currently depleted with deadly potholes

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President of the republic, Nana Addo Danquah Akufo-Addo is making the case that ex-president John Dramani Mahama lied to Ghanaians over claims that he had embarked upon massive road projects.

Where are the roads Mahama constructed, did he lie to us? - Nana Addo wonders

Where are the roads Mahama constructed, did he lie to us? - Nana Addo wonders

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In an address to chiefs of Lawra in the Upper West Region, Nana Addo stated that the achievements chalked by the erstwhile NDC administration is not the reality on the ground.

“We were told during the election that there was unprecedented road infrastructure in Ghana…was I sleeping or Mahama was misleading Ghanaians on the roads infrastructure?” the president argued.

Most, if not all the NDC’s achievements is documented in the “Green Book” which was launched in grace and style by the opposition party in the lead of the 2016 elections.

The book boasts of uplifting infrastructure in health, education and road sectors of the economy. It went ahead to produce the ‘green book’ which catalogued their numerous infrastructural projects across the country.

Meanwhile, Nana Addo is said to have resumed office having to face stark challenges especially in the area of roads with the most pressing challenge being the Accra-Tema motorway which is currently fraught with deadly potholes – making the highway no less than a death trap.

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So far, government says it is about completing talks and agreements with construction firms who are interested in reconstructing all the major bad roads in the country.

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Source: Yen.com.gh

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