By Enock Akonnor firstname.lastname@example.org
Apostle John K. Appiah has urged President Akuffo-Addo to flag down the execution of new projects.
He has admomished that the Nana Addo-led government must freeze all sod-cutting events and direct his focus on the completion of ongoing and abandoned projects.
Apostle Appiah by way of credence cited projects in the likes of Suame Interchange, LA General hospital, Boankra inland port, saying “they are all hanging in the balance and yet the President is still cutting sod for the commencement of new ones”.
The Kumasi-based clergy who is the founder of Faith Outreach Ministry said that premise on how difficult the second term of President Akuffo-Addo has been, new projects are needles.
“Enough of the sod-cuttings. Complete abandoned projects. People are crying for roads which have been left uncompleted. I know he wouldn’t be able to complete every project before the end of his term and so he must select the important ones and work on them. I am praying for him in this difficult time facing him”, he said in an interview with this medium.