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Check out the current state of Essipong Sports Stadium after finance minister claimed it’s 90% complete

Check out the current state of Essipong Sports Stadium after finance minister claimed it's 90% complete
Current State Of Essipong Sports Stadium

Photos of Essipong Sports Stadium has flooded the Ghanaian internet a day after the Finance Minister, Hon Ken Ofori Atta stated that it is 90% done.

Recall that on November 17, 2021, Ken Ofori Atta presented the 2022 budget to Ghanaians and in the course, he made mention of the Essipong Sports Stadium being almost completed.

Well, hours after his acclamations, photos of the stadium have popped up and it will surprise you to know that it is not even up to 2% complete.

The stadium looks like an old elephant, meanwhile, our Hon Minister says it’s almost done.

Well, let me attribute it to ignorance and draw conclusions that the NPP is gradually losing its credibility and the love Ghanaians had for it.

Mind you, the stadium was constructed in 2008 to host the African Cup of Nations.

Check out the photos below;

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