The Member of Parliament for Nabdam Constituency, Dr. Mark-Kurt Nawaane, has raised concerns over the delay in the construction of the Asongo-Pelungu stretch of road, questioning Charles Taleog Ndanbon, the Parliamentary Candidate for the New Patriotic Party (NPP), and Lawyer Anthony Namoo, the Regional Chairman of the NPP.
According to him, both Mr. Ndanbon and Lawyer Namoo possess the influence and capacity to facilitate the return of the contractor to the construction site.
“These individuals have the capacity to facilitate the return of the contractor to the construction site. These people, one doubles as a parliamentary candidate and regional organizer of the party, and the other is the regional chairman of the party. These titles have the potential for liaising with the necessary stakeholders to bring back the contractor if only they want to. And the sad and questionable part is that the road also passes through their houses,” he said.
However, he remained perplexed as to why they had not taken the necessary actions to address this pressing issue.
The Asongo-Pelungu road has been a longstanding concern for the local community, with its deplorable condition affecting daily life and hindering economic activities.
Speaking on A1 Radio, the legislator stressed the importance of the project not only for the enhancement of transportation but also for the overall development and prosperity of the region.
The “dusty road,” described by Dr. Nawaane as a prime priority, has long been a source of inconvenience for residents, and the MP believes that its construction would bring significant economic benefits to the area.
He therefore assured residents that he would utilize all available resources within his power to push for the resumption of road construction.
Source: A1Radioonline.com101.1Mhz|Moses Apiah|Ghana