The North Tongu Communications Officer of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) Mornyuie Kennedy has, on behalf of the constituency NDC descended on the North Tongu District Chief Executive Honourable Richard Collins Arku for claiming NDC’s project as that of NPP.
Mr. Mornyuie Kennedy angrily said, the attention of the NDC North Tongu Communications unit has been drawn to information making round in circles of the public to the effect that Hon. Richard Collins Arku, the North Tongu District Chief Executive credit himself as responsible for the construction of a toilet facility at Battor Market.
“To say that they have fulfilled promise made to the good people of Battor in the area of Market social amenities (toilet) is preposterous, insensitive, disrespect and smacks of desperation on the part of a DCE who has done nothing meaningful in a wasted three and half years in government despite the colossal amount of money his government borrowed.” He jabbed.
Explaining further, he disclosed that, the facility the desperate DCE and the New Patriotic Party are laying claim to was planned, funded and executed by the NDC administration under the able leadership of former DCE Hon. Fafa Agbai.
“The facility under siege was completed close to NDC handing over power to the NPP after the 2016 elections hence the DCE then could not commissioned and hand it over for public use.”
“One may ask what prevented the current DCE from handing over the project to the market folks but rather chose to wait after four years to do a simple work that an Assembly member would have done without blinking an eye?/If this is not incompetence, then it is a political gimmick poorly packaged to hoodwinked voting population.”
Mornyuie Kennedy, on behalf of the party has therefore entreated the DCE to attach some candour and seriousness to the highest office of North Tongu (DCE position) to save us some international image. For his desperation to win power have him misled the Vice President to say that they (NPP) constructed a 1960 Juapong textile Limited factory.
“That an alcoholic company was built by them as part of their one district one factory initiative (it was found out that not a pesewa has government released). A sharp departure from their earlier insistence that Fresh Field located at Tagadzi was North Tongu’s version of 1D1F, only for them to be exposed by the vigilant citizens.” He explained.
The North Tongu NDC again said, “In same spirit, Hon. Richard Collins Arku mentioned to his credit projects started by the NDC as theirs. Disregard all of that.”
In a press statement issued by the constituency communications officer has unveiled some projects undertaken by the former DCE Hon. Fafa Agbai within the North Tongu District.
The communications unit of North Tongu NDC has outlined the following projects undertaken by Fafa Agbai before she left office.
“Before I conclude therefore, I left you with some lives changing projects of the former DCE Hon. Fafa Agbai under the auspices of Hon. Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa”
1. Before Hon. Fafa left office, a total of seven billion old cedis was resting in North Tongu’s account? A trace of it can’t be found.
2. Juapong Adidome road construction started under her.
3. Together with Hon. Okudzeto, Hon. Fafa Delphia Agbai constructed Battor Dove and Mepe Dove roads.
4. She single handedly fenced Battor Market.
5. The Assembly complex where the desperate DCE administrator the North Tongu District from was constructed beautifully by her.
6. Hon. Fafa Agbai commenced the construction of Doctors bungalow to an appreciable levels before leaving the shores of power.
7. A good number of boreholes were drilled.
8. She relatively liaised with her MP to extend electricity to hundreds of homes and tens of thousand household meters distributed free of cost.
9. She supervised the construction of Volo SHS in the “desperate DCE’s backyard just as president Mahama sent good drinking water to Kyebi, Nana Addo’s home town.”
10. Working hand in hand with the smart MP, Hon. Okudzeto, Hon. Fafa Agbai procured over ten buses for all SHSs in North Tongu including Three Kings Special School.
He concluded by saying, “Governance is a serious business, it must be treated as such.”
Attached is a picture of the alleged stollen NDC sanitary facility at Battor Market.