Comedian cum musician Kwame A-Plus who was a staunch supporter for the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) during the build-up to the 2016 elections has questioned the rationale behind the party blaming fmr. President Mahama for the alleged flood in new terminal 3.
It was reported yesterday that the newly constructed terminal 3 got flood yesterday after a 30 minutes rain which occurred in some parts of Accra a report which was debunked by the Ghana Airports Company Limited (GACL).
Some NPP sympathizers upon hearing of the alleged flood took to social media to blast ex-president John Dramani Mahama for wasting taxpayers money. But A-Plus who could understand why his party which has not been willing to give credit to John Mahama for the construction of the new terminal now blame him for the flood.
He took to social media to share his anger in a post. He posted:
NDC is taking credit for it so they have to answer when there is flood they say. Did you give them that credit by inviting even John Mahama to the commissioning of the place? Where is John Mahama mentioned in this letter? You didn’t give him credit. Now that there is flood you remember that NDC was taking credit. Take everything. Take the credit. Take the water. Use it for one village one dam. It was one of your own NPP people sent this to me to ask you why president Kufuor was invited by Prof Mills when he was commissioning the N1 but John Mahama has not been invited? There are still good people in the NPP. Many stooges still though.
The terminal 3 project was started by President Mahama which was set to be commissioned on today Tuesday, October 2 but has since been suspended indefinitely for reasons best known to the Aviation Ministry.
The new terminal 3 departure hall has swanks of 56 check-in desks, self-service stations, 30 passport control counters with four e-gate positions, I-validate centers, eight central screening security lanes, 22 airline ticketing offices, pre-screening area, three business lounges, six boarding gates and two bus boarding lounges, food court, and duty-free shops.
It’s expected to increase the economic prospects of Ghana. The project also positions Ghana among countries with modern airport across Africa.