B/R: NPP Youth In Mantiware In Dormaa Central Complain Over Bad Roads


The youth of Mantiware, a community in the Dormaa Central Municipality which shares borders with Aboabo numbers 1, 2, 3 and 4, all are communities in Dormaa Ahenkro in Bono Region of Ghana has peacefully protested against bad road networks in the area.

According to the information reaching the media, the New Patriotic Party's youth supporters addressed the issue to the media because they felt neglected ever they voted for NPP success.

They said, the community Mantiware precisely has been left out from all government developmental interventions and projects. But they have never failed pushing up efforts to the success of the NPP during voting and campaign. They therefore feel sorry for the leadership of NPP government for denying them from good road networks.

They hinted, the community is a farming area and they are proud of producing diverse agricultural produces such as vegetables, animals, tree crops and other crops like yam, cassava, plantain that supply the Dormaa Municipallity and other communities in and around Bono Region of Ghana.

They added, they have been using their efforts to repair the roads for some time now but when they experience heavy rainfall, their efforts be in vain. They are pleading with the authorities in the municipality such as the MCE, MP, Nananom and all entire pressure groups and philanthropists to consider their plight immediately because they cannot longer transport their farm produce to the market for sale.

On a serious note, the NPP youth of Mantiware told the media that, they will not vote again if the NPP government leaders fail to give them good roads. 

They narrated, all the communities in the area namely; Aboabo numbers 1, 2, 3, 4 and Mantiwareso have been enjoying the available government social and developmental amenities such as schools, good roads, clinics and others while Mantiware has been left unattended.

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