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MP hot over missing Gari factory cash

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Residents of Sekyere Afram Plains Constituency of the Ashanti region has asked their member of Parliament, Hon Alex Adomako Mensah, to show them whereabouts of the money meant for the construction of Gari Factory as he promised some years ago.

According to the residents, their Member of Parliament promised to build an ultra modern Gari Factory for the women in Sekyere Afram Plains Constituency to enable them gain opportunity to enhance their livelihood but the project has become a standstill for many years without any reasons.

They said, all efforts for member of Parliament to come out to explain to them why the project has not been completed prove futile.

Speaking to the media at Drobonso, the aggrieved residents’ spokesperson Eric Sarpong gave their member of Parliament two weeks’ ultimatum to respond to their request or else will stage peaceful demonstration against his office.

Eric Sarpong alleged that the Member of Parliament have pocketed the rest of the money allocated for the project.

Source available to the media indicate that the project was funded by government of Ghana.

When the media made enquiries from the District Assembly it was revealed that, there is no documents of the project to enable them do a follow up.

3 thoughts on “MP hot over missing Gari factory cash

  1. Please call me for the insight if you are a CREDIBLE media house.
    My name is MAHMUD KABORE, the communications Officer and spokesperson to the MP for Sekyete Afram Plains.
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  2. Oh my God. So this is how media has become. You couldn’t even reach out to the MP or any of his spokespersons before publication. Ahhhba.
    Erick Sarpong is an aggrieved defected to NPP and was staged by Amo Justice, NPP constituency secretary to say what he said. How does it become ‘residents’. It’s disgusting to note how dirty media journalism has become. I will surely sue Ghana today online.com

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