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Mahama misled Ghanaians with ‘photo-shop’ projects – NPP’s Kate Gyamfua

The National Women Organizer of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) Kate Gyamfuah has stated that former President John Mahama used ‘pictures’ to deceive Ghanaians that he had actually constructed roads across the country adding that deception and lies will keep the country’s main opposition, National Democratic Congress (NDC) in perpetual opposition.

According to her, the NDC government in 2016 put it in their Green Book that they had constructed roads in the country, but many of the roads cited were still in deplorable shape.

Under the circumstance, she said Ghanaians will not take the opposition serious in the impending 2020 general elections.

She made the statement above at the launch of “NPP Women’s Maidens” at Bogoso in the Prestea-Huni Valley Constituency in the Western Region. The program was primarily organized to solicit for more votes for the party ahead of 2020 general elections.

Speaking under the theme, “MOBILIZING AND EQUIPPING WOMEN FOR VICTORY 2020”, the National Women Organiser bemoaned the poor road network linking Bogoso and other communities.

She disclosed that her expectation was that she was going to pass through motorable road when she was coming from Accra.

“I thought I was going to use a motorable road network as the John Mahama-led administration pictured to Ghanaians that all roads in the Western Region had been constructed”, she stated.

She emphasized that the NDC’s Green Book was a mirage, a deception because, the roads they claimed they did were nowhere to be found.

In this regard, she stated that “It’s going to keep the NDC in perpetual opposition.

She nonetheless cautioned against complacency “We must work hard to retain power for the party come 2020”.

Consequently, the National Women Organiser urged all Constituency Women Organizers, their Deputies and all those at the event, to remain resolute and continue to propagate the gospel of government’s achievements to Ghanaians.