The Member of Parliament for Tamale North Constituency of the Northern Region Alhaji Alhassan Suhuyini has questioned the achievement of the Zongo Ministry in the last 4 years of the Akufo Addo- Bawumia led government.
According to the Tamale North MP who spoke on GHOne monitored by Apexnewsgh.com on Monday, January 18, 2021, no appreciable work was done by the Zongo Ministry in the last 4 years of Akufo Addo’s administration. He said the only achievement the Zongo Ministry has chocked is in front of the President’s house in Nima because he promised to make Nima a city that should be admired.
He was responding to president decision to collapse of some ministries in his second round of government.
“I was actually looking forward to some transformation and some appreciable work from the Zongo Ministry for example. In the last 4 years, the best response to anybody in Zongo who challenged the government was that we have created the Zongo Ministry for you, I mean what has been the result of that Ministry? I will like to know because clearly if you look at the President’s own State of the Nation Addresses and the promises to the Zongo communities, especially the one he claimed to be part of, the only transformation you see is his house, that one you will see it. The promise to transform Nima and make it the city that should be admired simply ended in front of his house. That is the only thing you see and then we are told the Zongo Ministry will be collapsed’.
“Clearly, it tells you that the President simply was engaged in an experiment that people could see but will result in nothing good, we all have ourselves to blame for the amount of money we have wasted on servicing that very large not fruitful government in the last 4 year. I look at the Zongo Ministry and I think perhaps the only transformation they have done in the Zongo is in front of the President’s house”. He stressed
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