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The sorry state of roads in the Kpone katamanso constituency

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The current state of the inner city roads of the Kpone katamanso constituency is nothing to write home about. The constituency after been created on the 28 June 2012, has experience less or no developmental projects.

Kpone katamanso is a suburb of Greater Accra region of Ghana however, the Constituency and it few district has been neglected by government.

The immediate past member of Parliament for Kpone katamanso constituency, Hon Afotey Agbo was the greater Accra regional minister in the National Democratic Congress administration yet, the Constituency was still in shambles.

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The sorry state of roads in the Kpone katamanso constituency
Pinkwai district

That notwithstanding, the residents of a suburb in the Kpone katamanso constituency, Pinkwai district have been lamenting over the years about the state in which their roads are and how it’s affecting their economic lives to their political leaders, from the current member of Parliament and the assembly member of the district yet, nothing has changed.

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The sorry state of roads in the Kpone katamanso constituency
Pinkwai district

The residents are calling on the central government with immediate effect, to at least give them feeder roads which would be used as a stop gap temporarily.

Speaking to some of the residents in the Kpone katamanso constituency, they had this to say:

“The current member of Parliament for our constituency,Hon Joseph tetteh should find a way to solve our roads or else, we won’t vote for him in the 2024 general elections.”

” Hon Joseph tetteh was here and we informed him about the roads, ever since he left we haven’t seem him. We won’t vote if he does n

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