NDC SHOULD APPLAUD NANA ADDO FOR COMPLETING TEMA MOTORWAY INTERCHANGE – Pastor Tito

Ghanaians have once heaved a sign of great relieve as the newly constructed Tema Motorway Interchange, the much talk about road network that promised to ease the traffic conditions on the former roundabout, has officially open to the happiness of many Ghanaians and especially the motorists that ply that route for their economic activities.

Tipical of governments of the Republic of Ghana, another funfair would have been playing in the air but for the prevailence of the deadly Corona Virus (Convid-19), it was rather a bi-subject for discussion and as usual of “Ghana politics”, the biggest opposition party, National Democratic Congress (NDC) is claiming the praise for the construction of the interchange.

On the other hand, Pastor Jeremiah Tito Dordzro, porpular on the pulpit as Pastor Tito (Celebrities Pastor), have once again fingered the NDC by putting it to them to rather thank the president Nana Addo-Danquah Akuffo-Addo for fulfilling his promise he made to Ghanaians not to abandon any project handed over to him by the previous government.

“the NDC government especially under the leadership of John Mahama, abandoned a lot of projects which could have benefited the citizens and instead, started new ones that were over bloated in cost and left uncompleted” the versatile pastor and a musician is quoted as shared on his official social media handle.

The celebrities pastor also commend the president for cutting the sod for work to commence on the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital KATH, Maternity and Children’s block that has been abandoned for 44years.

The Man of God is calling on the leadership of the opposition NDC to stop the political gymnastics they are playing and thank the president for putting the country first in everything he does because he could have also abandoned the project like they NDC did to the affordable housing and other projects started under the NPP government led by John Agyekum Kuffuor known to Ghanaians as the “Gentle Giant”.