Dzifa Gomashie expresses disappointment at Akufo-Addo for keeping land borders closed

The National Democratic Congress Parliamentary candidate of Ketu South for 2020 elections Hon Ablah Dzifa Gomashie has expressed disappointment at president Nana Addo-Dankwa Akufo-Addo and the ruling New Patriotic Party government for the continuous closure of the land borders without consulting the relevant stakeholders.

Speaking at a meeting with Ghana Institute of Freight Forwarders Association and the Customs Brokers Association of Ghana, Hon Abla Dzifa Gomashie said that it shows the bad faith of the leadership style of the sitting government towards the people of Ghana.

The conversations on the reopening of borders in Ghana, especially the Aflao border in the Ketu South constituency is hinged on the fact that it is one of the major contributors of government’s largest revenues.

Again after months of closure of all borders across Ghana, government has opened the air borders leaving the land borders hanging.

Hon Ablah Dzifa Gomashie urged all members of his constituency  including Ghana Institute of Freight Forwarders Association and the Customers Brokers Association of Ghana to join her to campaign and vote for the John Dramani Mahama and Professor Naana Jane Opoku-Agyemang ticket for a better Ghana under a leader one can trust to deliver Ghanaians from the woes people keep enumerating.

Hon Ablah Dzifa Gomashie also revealed during the meeting captured by Attractive Mustapha , that the next NDC government under the leadership of John Dramani Mahama will scrap the banning of the importation of salvaged vehicles and also work closely with the clearing associations in the country to ensure sustainability and continuity of their work at the borders.

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