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NDC MP caught ‘stealing’ projects of his NPP predecessor

Aggrieved Cape Coast North constituency executives of the governing New Patriotic Party(NPP) have exposed the Member of Parliament(MP) for the area, Mr. Kwamina Minta Nyarku for claiming he has secured a contract for a number of roads and some other projects within the constituency.

The aggrieved party executives said the fresh MP has spent a little over three months in parliament was spotted on Joy TV news in an interview claiming  that he has secured a contract to construct a link road from Dehia through to Effutu Kokwado.

According to them, the MP again lied that he has secured a contract to construct a link road from Academy through Nkanfoa to Moree as well as construct a road to link Akotokyir through Kwaprow to Duakor.

They, therefore, charged Mr. Minta Nyarku to desist from falsehood since the said projects were initiated by the former MP for Cape Coast North, Madam Barbara Asher Ayisi.

A press statement read by the constituency Secretary of the Cape Coast North of NPP, Mr. Ebo Sarbah said the incompetent MP who even does not know where to go and lobby for contracts and is not deserving of being a lawmaker for the area.

He revealed that construction of the said roads started on 21st November, 2019 at a time Mr. Minta Nyarku was not even a candidate for his party and called on him to as matter of urgency apologize to the people of Cape Coast North Constituency and Barbara Asher Ayisi as well.

“By spewing these lies, he has exposed himself that he knows nothing about his role as a Member of Parliament, his mandate and the processes towards securing a contract” Mr. Sarbah stated.

Mr. Sarbah challenged Minta Nyarku to tell the people of Cape Coast North the total amount he is spending on the so-called contract that he claims to have secured.

He disclosed none of Mr. Minta Nyarku’s predecessors took this path and urged him to sustain the integrity of the seat until he(Minta Nyarku) hands over to NPP in January, 2025.


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