Togbui Atatim IV, Chief of the Mafi Traditional Area in the Volta Region has condemned the ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC) for abandoning developmental projects in the area started by the opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP) when the party was in power.

According to him, the unfortunate action by the NDC government which has got massive support from the Volta Region has stalled development in the area.

Speaking on behalf of Chiefs of South and Central Tongu, in a meeting with Nana Akufo-Addo, in Adidome, over the weekend, Togbe Atatim IV was speaking on cited some projects which has not seen continuation under the NDC government.

“In Central Tongu, the construction work on a Police Head Quarters in Adidome which was started by the NPP government but has been put to a halt by the current NDC government.

“A work on the fence wall for the Teraferi Dam was expected to be continued by the NDC government after a plan had been drawn and started by the NPP government on this project but nothing has been done since. In fact there are numerous other such projects in both South and North Tongu that will be mentioned at the appropriate time. We know that you Nana, you are capable of rising to the occasion and will not disappoint us.”

Commending the NPP flagbearer for the healthy campaign he is running, Togbe Atatim admonished all other presidential candidates in this year’s election to follow suit and “conduct their campaigns in a healthy such manner, so that peace will not elude us. Let us value each other and let us act in a give and take manner, in a healthy way, and let us not resort to intemperate language and fight.”

Source: kasapafm

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