VP Dr. Mahamadu Bawumia has regretted the disappointment of the government’s Opponents (NDC) when they try to find out about or receive an explanation for the activities that are being carried out.
Bawumia believes it is insufficient that, despite their inability to dig for information on subjects, they just fall back on accusing people in the government of lying.
Bawumia was talking at a durbar of chief on Monday, September 26 at the coming of the Cape Coast streets, as a feature of Sinohydro projects.
“Today, checks one more day of the dispatching of one more Sinohydro project fiili (sic). Tragically for a portion of our rivals, when we say something and they don’t have the foggiest idea, rather than requesting clarification and furthermore finding out about it, they could do without to peruse, they don’t request clarification, they simply say you are lying.”
He proceeded: “However today as we commission the undertaking, they are quiet, they are done saying it is beyond the realm of possibilities.”
He unveiled that a sum of 441 km of street and two exchanges are to be built, to “help intra metropolitan, local and public traffic stream and to reinforce territorial monetary combination.”
Bawumia cut the sod for the project on 21st November 2019, work began in December 2019 more than 30 months term and had been finished on time.
The Priest of Streets talked about government’s arrangement to consistently expand the street organization and simplicity development of products and people.
The Chinese Diplomat to Ghana, as far as concerns him, focused on that such activities keep on extending the warm ties between the two nations.