NDC MP Accuses NPP of Bringing 66th Independence Day to Volta Region as a Means of Appeasement

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NDC Lawmaker Accuses NPP of Deploying State Resources to Volta Region Due to Failings

Emmanuel Kwasi Bedzrah, the MP for Ho West constituency, has accused the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) of deploying state resources to the Volta Region for Ghana’s 66th Independence Anniversary celebrations due to their failings towards the region and its people.


Speaking at the campaign launch of John Dramani Mahama for his flagbearership bid in the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Bedzrah criticized the NPP for not doing enough to support the region’s developmental aspirations.

Bedzrah alleged that the NPP had failed the Volta Region by not initiating any significant developmental projects in the area. He noted that the NDC, during their tenure, had supported the region with infrastructure, unlike the NPP, which had over-borrowed and could not even pay their debts.

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He further stated that the people of the region were angry with the NPP and their lack of support, which he believes is the reason for the deployment of state resources to the area.

The Volta Region is set to host this year’s National Independence Day celebrations, with the event taking place at the Ho Youth Resource Centre. At the campaign launch, Mahama’s theme was “Building the Ghana we want together, together,” and Bedzrah vowed that the people of the Volta Region would support the NDC and go back to their roots.

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