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Volta Region Votes/Roads Saga: Mzbel Replies Yvonne Nelson   
 
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23-Apr-2019  
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Ghanaian Songstress, Mzbel born Belinda Nana Akua Amoah has responded to actress Yvonne Nelson who bemoaned the fact the Volta Region remains the World Bank of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) but roads to the area are in a deplorable state.

According to her, the roads have deteriorated over time under the current New Patriotic Party (NPP) administration because they have refused to maintain them indicating her response was not borne out of politics.

“I mean no harm whatsoever but Obaa what u dont know is that roads not maintained for 2 years will deteriorate. The current government has not worked on that road for two and half years.Let’s put politics aside and speak as Ghanaians”, Mzbel said in a post .

On Monday April 22, 2019, the actress took a swipe at the people of the Volta Region for massively throwing their support behind the National Democratic Congress (NDC) over the years but sadly have nothing to show for it.

According to the actress, it’s a shame that over the years they have been among the regions with the highest number of voters for the NDC but they have failed to secure the needed development compared to other areas in the country

She made this know through a tweet while journeying to the region.She said ” By the way, VOLTA REGION, I am shocked!!!! After all your strong votes and numbers, your major road network from Akosombo to Ho is terrible, one can easily die on this road! I cant believe it, we swerved potholes like playing football”.
 
 
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