But a statement issued by Obeng Danquah, a member of the Communication team of the main opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP) in Akwatia said: “Now, as a party, we would like to ask the two chiefs involved if indeed, it is true that they could not provide lands for the two proposed projects by the incumbent MP to be built in their towns. Again, are the people of these two towns aware of the projects?”
The statement added: “To the MP, we wish to find out why the proposed projects were not sent to other towns within the constituency, where lands could possibly be made available. With a few weeks to the general elections, the failed MP has been churning out false information and lies about some projects he claimed to have carried out in the Akwatia constituency.
As the largest opposition party, we want development projects for our people and, therefore, cannot fathom why a sitting MP, who claims to have lobbying skill, could not secure lands for the projects within the constituency.
“We humbly request that the two chiefs respond to the MP's disclosure, and equally demand for further explanation from Baba Jamal as to why the projects could not be sited in other towns within the constituency.
Finally, we call upon the good people in the Akwatia constituency particularly those in Apinamang and Kusi to demand from the MP what is due them.”