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President Nana Akufo-Addo responded to an ultimatum from Aflao’s chief Togbe Fiti to complete the E-Blocks in his community within four months.

According to the president, the boss is unable to issue such ultimatums.

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Akufo Addo and Aflao Chief


In an exclusive interview on Peace FM’s “Kokrokoo” program, the president said that if the boss was tired of the E-Blocks rotting, he should finish it himself.

In response to a question from the host, Kwame Sefa Kayi, President Akufo-Addo replied in Twi that Togbui Fiti should complete the project itself.

Yesterday, Torgbui Amenya Fiti issued a four-month ultimatum to the government to get the area’s E-Block High School up and running.

The 9 million GH project, which was launched under the former administration of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), includes 26 classrooms, five departments and a science block.

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Torgbui Amenya Fiti, who spoke to members of the minority on the education committee during a courtesy interview, said the government’s approach to education was appalling.

The closest place for revenue generation after the port of Tema is the border with Aflao. So I had to urge former President John Mahama to build that structure. I had to run from here to Accra and beg. Should we beg for education? If we have to beg for education before people can go to school, then I have absolutely no idea what we call democracy. Look at the structure, it’s almost 90 percent complete. The thieves have a great day and go in to have everything removed at will. “

See President Akufo-Addo’s answer in Video under

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