Ghanaians have reacted to a project from th4 Vice President, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia. The vice president signaled for work to begin on the construction of Phase One of 32 State of the Art Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) facilities to be built across the country.
This is in furtherance of the Government’s goal of making Ghana a world-class center for skills development and also making skills acquisition aspirational for all Ghanaians, but it seems Ghanaians don’t agree with this time initiative from the ruling Government.
Ghanaians from the various randomly collated comments prove their dismounting displeasure and open objection to this Phase One of 32 State of the Art Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) facility.
Here are comments from worried Ghanaians:
• These people are just carrying pick ax and shovels going around cutting sod everywhere but cannot complete common projects. Come and see Tarkwa roads how they have turned into swimming pools and fish ponds yet still they have cut sod twice on de same road but nothing to point.
• Are they going to finish in 2 years before leaving office in 2024 or is just going to be then normal things the past government has done and left unfinished?
• When they need to cut sod, they run to Kumasi with cameras. When they need to execute projects, they go to Kyebi and drop huge projects without announcement.
They have armed themselves with Sod cutting to be hoodwinking the people of Kumasi.