The Chief of Akropong in the Ellembelle District of the Western Region, Nana Adu Kwaw II has revealed that he is drifting towards the New Patriotic Party (NPP) following the developmental works the Akufo-Addo administration is undertaking in his community.
The Chief revealed this when the District Chief Executive (DCE) for Ellembelle, Mr. Kwasi Bonzoh visited him at his palace to officially introduce to him contractors who would be working on a 21-kilometre road that stretches from Asasetre through Akropong to Gwira Banso in the Ellembelle District.
The 21-Kilometre road which is a feeder road has been segmented into three phases with each phase comprising seven kilometers.
Three contractors – one for each phase – would have one year to complete the project. The execution of the three phases would run simultaneously.
The project is being funded by COCOBOD as part of its Cocoa Roads Project.
Nana Adu Kwaw II, happily thanked the NPP government and promise to give a hand to the contractor and said he would soon revise his position on the 2020 elections and make it known publicly but that would be after the fulfillment of a six unit classroom block promise the DCE had made to the community.
“If they construct my school for me, then I will have to change my mind…as at now, I am half NDC and half NPP…,” he said
The Dep. Western Regional Manager of Feeder Roads, Mr. Tonny Nyarko Aidoo handed over possession of site documentations to the contractors, Mashidons Enterprise Limited which would execute phase one, and Medmo Company Limited which would be handling phase 2 of the project.
The DCE, Hon. Kwasi Bonzoh who is also the NPP Parliamentary Candidate for Ellembelle, said the Akufo-Addo administration has shown unmatched commitment towards alleviating the plight of the people of Ellembelle.
He said since he assumed office as the DCE, the NPP government has undertaken a total of 198 kilometres of roads in the Ellembelle district alone.
“Even in the midst of covid-19 development in the district is overwhelming…,” he said.
Source: Ghana | Angelfmonlinegh.com | Nana Fynn