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The media wants to disgrace me - Oguaa chief cries out

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Comment: NOW LET US SEE THE PROMISED FACTORIES

Author:
Kwesi Guyman
Date:
2017-09-06 08:25:33
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The media wants to disgrace me - Oguaa chief cries

There is a clandestine activity to give excuses for the NPP not being able to deliver on its promised one district one factory manifesto assurances.
The bottom line is that 8 (eight) months into administering Ghana's affairs, the commencement of the factories, all 216 of them should have long been in place.

Now let us see the beauty of NPP promises or the ugly side of them.

We do not know what is stopping the Government from starting the factories. The unemployed men and women are anxiously waiting indefinitely to get their hands dirty and earn some living. Ghanaians voted for the NPP because of these promises; both PPP and NDC folks voted for the NPP and that is why they won the elections.Instead of focusing on their manifesto promises NPP is busily fighting amongst themselves with allegations of corruption and counter-allegations even in the corridors of the Presidency at the Flagstaff House.
The Takoradi to Paga Railway line is placed on ice and so is the one village one dam and other assurances, not forgetting the $1 million gift or support to all districts.
At this stage what you are thinking about 2020 general elections is exactly what I am thinking; PPP shall be in very serious contention to the extent that " The stone that the builders rejected shall be the head corner stone".
Everybody say AMEN to that.

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Kwesi Guyman on Sep 6, 08:25
NOW LET US SEE THE PROMISED FACTORIES