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‘Akufo-Addo Deserves Protocol To Heaven’ - Chairman Wontumi
 
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13-Sep-2017  
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The Ashanti Regional Chairman of the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP), Bernard Antwi Boasiako also known as Chairman Wontumi has said President Akufo-Addo deserves a protocol to Heaven.

According to the him, aside implementing the free SHS policy, if President Akufo-Addo is able to disburse the $275 million to all constituencies across the country then God must give him a free pass to heaven.

“The day I will hear Akufo-Addo has sent the one million dollars to all constituencies, God should let him go to heaven even if he is a sinner. It will be such an outstanding honour…” he said.

Earlier, the Ministry for Special Development Initiatives disclosed that the $275 million to be disbursed to all constituencies across the country is ready.

The sector, Minister Hawa Koomson, explained that 70 per cent of the $1 million dollars for each constituency will be spent on government’s priority projects such as the “One district-one factory, one village one dam, warehouses for planting for food and jobs among others.

The remaining 30 per cent will be used for the priority constituency needs, which will be determined by a 10-member team approved by Cabinet.

But an elated Chairman Wontumi is confident President Akufo-Addo will fulfill all his promises.

“We are happy. I am very proud to have campaigned for NPP and to be a Regional Chairman during this implementation of the Free SHS program…” he maintained.
 
 
 
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