Chief for Bonwire, Nana Bobie Ansah II has predicted in advance the victory of the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) ahead of the December 2020 general elections.
Speaking at a sod cutting event for the construction of an ultramodern museum which witnessed the visit of Vice President Dr. Mamudu Bawumia, he set the record straight that “the upcoming elections is just a formality. The Almighty God who has given us a stool for which reason we poor libation knows that whatever be the case there will be victory after the elections and when the victory comes, we are pleading to His Excellency (Dr. Mamudu Bawumia) to help us so that EXIM BANK will provide us guarantee for the release of money to put up the factory, uplift the Kente industry and offer jobs for the people”.
The traditional leader made the foregoing declaration when he disclosed how EXIM BANK has until now not been able to provide guarantee for the release of an amount of USD 40 million for the construction of Kente factory within the community.
Nana Bobie Ansah II again informed the gathering that “Bonwire community since time immemorial has always supported any political figure who after assuming Presidency with a good heart, decides to help the development of Ghana just like what President Akuffo Addo and Vice Presient Bawumia are doing. So anytime votes are cast during general elections, 90 to 95 percent of the vote cast has where it goes.”
He continued in his public statement that “…looking at how President Akuffo Addo and Vice President Bawumia have helped Bonwire community, I believe that after we are done with 4more4Nana, it will be the turn of the Vice President to ascent the Presidential throne.”
In his address, he touched on the slow-motioned reconstruction of the dilapidated Bonwire road, disclosing that for over three months now, the contractor vacated the site with all his construction machines. He therefore requested that the Vice President will fast track the completion of the project to ease the movement of vehicles to and from the community.