Agogo Muslims never rejected our donations – Dep railways minister
The Asante Akyem North Member of Parliament honorable Andy Appiah Kubi has denied contentions; members of the Muslim community of his constituency rejected donations made to them by his outfit.
The MP who is also a lawyer by profession and also doubles as deputy minister for railways was worried about the reports indicating that the Muslim community of Asante Akyem Agogo and its environs rejected bags of rice, cooking oil and other food stuffs which were presented to them by Chief Executive Officer (D.C.E) of the area on his behalf.
Few days to the end of the just ended Ramadan the Asante Akyem North district assembly with support from the member of parliament presented food items to muslims in the area, but in a video which went viral on social media it was seen that some youth in the community rejected the items.
According to the irate youth, the district assembly and the MP have failed to deliver on their promises made to them during and after the campaign period. They claimed some of the promises were that their roads would be constructed and other important social amenities would be provided.
However reacting to the issue, the deputy railways minister who was speaking to Nana Darkwa host of “obuoba kasa” on Nkawkaw based Obuoba FM refuted the declarations by the youth and stated confidently that the items however were rejected by only a section of the youth who he believes are supporters of the opposition party trying to make unpopular this current administration.s
“I know the Muslims in my community they will never do such thing because this is not the first time we are doing such donation, but some youth in the opposition party are trying to paint the government black in Asante Akyem North district or constituency” he stated.
SOURCE: Obuobafm.com/Ghana/Kwasi Minta