Stop Chilling With ‘Serwaa Broni’ And Complete Mahama’s Projects – Yammin Tells Akufo-Addo

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Joseph Yammin, the National Organizer hopeful for the opposition National Democratic Congress NDC have admonished the President of the Republic of Ghana to desist from what he deemed as ‘Serwaa Broni’ and help complete uncompleted projects initiated by former President John Mahama.

However, Joseph Yammin Was very disappointed and disturb by the way and manner in which some projects and infrastructure have been abandoned to rot in the bush when he toured some of these projects in the Ashanti Region initiated by the Mahama administration.

Some important projects that were left at the mercy of the sun to go bad include New Edubiase Sports Stadium, Formena Government Hospital, Community Day School, Funso community day School and Sewua Government Hospital.

On that note, Joseph Yammin, the National Organizer hopeful for the opposition National Democratic Congress NDC speaking in an interview on Ambassador TV on Youtube on the 22nd of January 2022 bemoaned the situation and charge President Nana Akufo Addo to focus on completing and stopping living a life of what he deemed as ‘Serwaa Broni’ in the country.

He further added that former President Mahama and his NDC administration would have completed the abandoned projects if the NDC were still in power since 291.

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Furthermore, the former Deputy Ashanti Regional Minister Joseph Yammin, therefore, jabbed President Nana Akufo Addo and the incumbent New Patriotic Party NPP for being ashamed of themselves to complete former president Mahama uncompleted projects in the country because according to him, the NPP are not to give credit to the opposition NDC.

“NPP Communicators including Nana Addo and Dr Bawumia told Ghanaians that all the projects in our green book are photoshopped but today Ghanaians have realized they were deceived by NPP and their propaganda. We will force Nana Addo’s government to complete these projects because when completed it will be of great service to Ghanaians and not only John Dramani Mahama”, he explained.

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