President Akuffo Addo has been advised to sack the Ashanti regional minister, Mr. Simon Osei Mensah for his incompetence. Some developers have appealed.
According to them, the Ashanti regional minister has consistently been a hindrance to many developmental projects within the region, and that there was the need to fire him with immediate effect since he was not bringing anything beneficial to the region.
Mr. Panin who has, and is currently supervising an ongoing project at the Nhyiaeso Ridge area in Kumasi told Newsmen that the Ashanti regional minister has been using all dubious means and abusive power to prevent individual developers out of jealousy and wickedness.
The complains come following an alleged directive by the Ashanti regional minister to block ongoing road construction at the aforementioned area by one developer whose name has only been given as Bishop.
A visit to the area by pressmen saw an ongoing road construction project which had been blocked with heavy objects.
According to the source, the road project which was meant to ease access to an ongoing hotel project by the developer, was also going to benefit many other users who ply the stretch.
he has now resort to using diabolical means to stop the ongoing road project which is meant to compliment the hotel project and also benefit other users.
According to him, the project, if put to stop was going to affect over 200 employees including some members from the Bosomtwe area where the regional minister hails from.
“I don’t know why the Regional minister usually act and speak in quick and childish temperament. I urge him to put a stop to his quick and unprofessional temperament. It doesn’t befit him as a regional minister, that’s not the work of a leader.
He also advised Mr. Osei Mensah to rather seek for development and stop attacking innocent developers who only dream to reduce burden on the government.
“As a regional minister and a leader, is that what you’re supposed to do? Excuse me to say, this minister has a meagre brain and behaves childishly, Akuffo Addo must sack him”. He roared.
Mr. Panin reacting to the minister’s claim on a radio station said it was a lie, but the minister only acted out of hatred and jealousy, a stance he describes as unprofessional.
“I heard the minister speaking on a radio station on top of his voice and in anger as though he had an issue with the Bishop. On the radio, he warned Bishop to leave the land else he’ll be held responsible should there be any death.
He finally insisted the minister must be sacked since he was not in the office to bring or support any development.