FORMER Member of Parliament for Jaman North Constituency of the Bono Region, Honourable Siaka Stevens, has chastised the current Member of Parliament, Honourable Ahenkwaa Yaw Frederick for his poor performance since becoming a Member of Parliament.
Honourable Stevens who doubles as the
former Deputy Bono Regional Minister disclosed that the core campaign message of the NDC and Hon. Ahenkwaa Yaw Frederick before the 2020 general elections was to go to Ghana's parliament to have a feel of V8 and not to develop the district.
Speaking in an interview Diawisie TV, Honourable Stevens expressed frustrations about how the current MP (Ahenkwaa) keeps reversing what he said about him when he was seeking to become an MP.
He stressed that Ahenkwaa accused him of his inability to undertake developmental projects hence starving the district of development and improvement but since Ahenkwaa was voted into power, he keeps explaining to the constituents that MPs are not responsible for roads construction.
He noted that a strong message that won the current MP the seat and other propaganda messages on what MP does and the vice versa which has kept him from delivering the promises he made.
The former MP said all the lies and falsehoods peddled by the NDC were against him as a Member of Parliament resulted in his loss in the 2020 elections.
"So l need this time to revisit the parliament to prove them wrong since all the propaganda messages by the NDC to win power has still not been delivered.
Hon. Siaka Stevens again asked about the capabilities and abilities of the Jaman North District Chief Executive, Mr Solomon Owusu.
He explained that there are some uncompleted central government projects initiated by his immediate predecessor, Honourable Adane Ankomah which have still not been attended to by the DCE.
"And so the DCE blaming him (Siaka Stevens) for taking credit of new central government projects in the district is neither here nor there because DCE has proven beyond doubt that he can't just mobilize resources to finish off uncompleted central government projects that were started by the immediate past DCE," the former MP said.