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NPP members feeding on NDC projects like hot bread with butter – Regional Secretary


The Central Regional Secretary of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Gabriel Nii Kommey Adams has stated emphatically that the New Patriotic Party (NPP) members in Cape Coast always criticize the NDC when it comes to infrastructure.

According to the NDC scribe in Central Region, NPP has not established just one project for the people of Cape Coast but rather feed on the several projects done by the NDC like hot bread with butter and sighted the Kotokuraba Market as a typical example .

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In relation to the breaking the ‘8’ slogan by the NPP, the host of the THE PLATFORM show on YES FM in Cape Coast, Kojo Andoh, asked of the view of the regional secretary.

“Sometimes, I wonder how to describe the NPP on how unfairly they have treated the people of Cape Coast,” he said on the show monitored by MyNewsGh.com

“…And not to talk of the inability of Hon. Christine Churcher to make use of all the resources at her disposal when the constituency was just Cape Coast but not a twin constituency as we have now. We need to recommend Hon. George Kweku Ricketts-Hagan because under his stewardship we can boast of a stadium and an ultra-modern market.

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He ended “These NDC projects in Cape Coast are being shared and fed on like hot bread with butter by the NPP when they gained power”.













































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Source: MyNewsGh.com

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