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In order to fix the terrible Adentan roads, I might have to step down for the by-election – MP

Mohammed Adamu Ramadan, a member of parliament for the Adentan Constituency, has threatened to quit and call a by-election if the government doesn’t restore the roads in his district.

During the By-election campaign, the MP declared in Assin North that “it appears the only way for people to get their problems solved is when there is by election.”

The horrible road situation in my constituency of Adentan, where I am an MP, may need me to quit in order for a by-election to take place, he suggested.

This follows allegations that the administration only gave development priorities to certain communities during by-election times.

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The Minister of Roads and Highways, Mr. Kwasi Amoako-Atta, has been charged with constructing roads in an effort to sway voters, a charge he denies. He claims that the goal of the Kumawu and Assin North highways building is not to increase voter turnout in the recently held by-election.

According to him, contracts were signed for the development of internal roads within Kumawu and other roads within the constituency long before Mr. Philip Atta Basoah, the former Member of Parliament (MP), passed away.

He said that Juaben and Kumawu were included in the works. Not included in the Kumawu Constituency were Effiduase and Asokore.

He questioned, “Are residents of Juaben, Effiduase, and Asoskore a part of the Kumawu Constituency or will they participate in the election of the next Kumawu MP?”

He argued that citizen demands for the building of roads were justified and urged Ghanaians to do so without damaging public property.

He reassured the populace that construction will continue on their roads even after the by-elections and advised them not to believe the lies that the project was done to garner support.

All of Ghana’s roads, he claimed, were scheduled for construction, but they couldn’t all be finished at once. He pleaded with Ghanaians to be patient while the government worked to improve the nation’s shoddy roadways.


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