May 6, 2021
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DON’T STEP YOUR FOOT AT SIR JOHN’S FUNERAL- AKUFO AD …

The Sakora-Wonoo Traditional Council in the Kwabre East Municipality of the Ashanti Region has warned President Akufo-Addo not to attend the final funeral rites of the late Kojo Owusu Afriyie  popularly known as Sir. John.

According to the council,  it is a shame for the Akufo-Addo led administration to abandoned all projects which were started by Sir. John, including a hospital that is at its completion stage, a pipe-borne water project and technical school that is near completion.

Expressing disappointments, the aggrieved leaders said, they do not want to see the President or any member of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) because they have betrayed the former General Secretary of the elephant family.

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The council also mentioned Vice president Dr. Bawumia, M.P for the area, Francisca Oteng Mensah, the MCE, Nana Osei Asibe Bonsu, and the National, Regional, and Constituency executives of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) not to attend the ceremony.

Queen mother for the town, Nana Ama Nyarko argued that, this was the time for the NPP government to honour Sir. John after his demise by tarring their abandoned deplorable road networks before the day for the funeral.

She said, what broke the Carmel’s back the order by authorities to stop the one-week exercise of the late Sir John on grounds that the ban on forms of social gathering was in force.

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Nana Nyarko warned that, until all these abandoned projects are being completed, none of the aforementioned people should step foot at the funeral grounds.

“Now, I am boldly saying that we don’t need any of aforementioned people at Wonoo should our demands are not considered”.

She further disclosed that, they have complained on several occasions to the M.P and the MCE for the area but they have turned deaf ears to their worries.

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