Sunyani: NPP Group Boycott Activities Of Party In The Media

A group calling itself Regular callers Association of the NPP in the Sunyani East and West Constituencies of the Bono Region has boycotted all political media activities.

According to them, they are unable to defend the governing party over the poor state of the New Dormaa, Kootokrom and Yawhiman road.

They are urging the Road  and Finance Ministers to ensure this road is completed.

According to the group they have resolved not to defend the party unless they see the construction of the road.

The poor and dusty state of the New Dormaa, Kotokrom and Yawhima road has become a major headache for the residents of these communities because of the unbearable dust they inhale daily.

A fortnight ago, parents who have their wards at the Kotokrom MA Basic ‘A’ and ‘B’ schools prevented their children from going to school because of the dust the children inhale as a result of the state of the road.

A group calling itself regular callers of the NPP in the Sunyani East and West Constituencies have also boycotted the activities of the party on all media outlets because of the poor state of the New Dormaa, Kootokrom and Yawhima  road which has become a major headache for residents of these communities.

The group members say they are unable to defend the party because of the state of the road. This, they say, has compelled them to boycott all activities of the party in the media.

The move, according to them, is to push the government to ensure  the  completion of the road.

The leader of the group, Asumah Salia speaking on the issue noted they will only resume work after they have seen the contractor on the road.

“The party should take a second look at the Sunyani East and West Constituencies or else nothing good will come out of here. We went house to house to campaign. If nothing is done about the New Dormaa, Kotokrom road what campaign message are we going to send to the people. You have done roads at New Town, Area 4, Penkwasi, Berko but the people will question you about the New Dormaa, Kotokrom road. What crime have we committed, Finance Minister? Is it a crime that we voted for Nana Akufo-Addo, if nothing is done about the road we will not go on air again to propagate the works of the government.”

Efforts to get the executives of the party to speak on the issue were unsuccessful.

Source:firstnewsroom.com

 

 

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