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Ghana Regional Minister Stunned on Live TV: Can’t Name 5 NPP Legacy Projects

by Motoni Olodun

The Ashanti Regional Minister of Ghana found himself at a loss for words during a live television interview when asked to list five legacy projects undertaken by the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP). The incident, captured on camera, has ignited discussions about the government’s track record and priorities.

In the interview, the minister struggled to provide a coherent response, prompting criticism from opposition members and the public. The exchange underscores broader concerns about accountability and transparency in governance.

The NPP came into power with promises of transformative development initiatives, but critics argue that the lack of tangible legacy projects raises questions about the party’s performance in office. As Ghana approaches elections, issues of governance and development are likely to take center stage in political discourse.

Despite the minister’s inability to list specific projects, supporters of the NPP defend the government’s record, pointing to various infrastructure and social programs implemented during its tenure. However, the incident has fueled skepticism and calls for greater accountability from elected officials.

In the run-up to the elections, both the NPP and opposition parties are expected to intensify their campaigns, focusing on their respective visions for Ghana’s future. The ability to deliver on promises and address the concerns of ordinary citizens will be crucial in shaping the electoral landscape.

As Ghana continues its democratic journey, voters remain vigilant and demand transparency, accountability, and tangible results from their elected leaders.

Source: Ghana web

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