I never said I’ll use my car loan for a grader – Adentan Mohammed Adamu makes U-turn, denies viral report
Member of Parliament for Adentan Mohammed Adamu Ramadan has made a U-turn denying he promised to use his car loan for a grader for the Adentan constituency.
The MP reportedly said and was quoted by several sources as saying because he has cars at his disposal, he will acquire a grader with his car loan.
“Since I already have several vehicles, I will use my MP’s car loan to buy a grader to help my constituency. I don’t need another V8. The bad roads in this constituency are my priority” he had reportedly said.
According to the report, he said this in his recent neighborhood engagements with the various resident associations in his constituency.
The MP reiterated his 2020 election campaign pledge to use his car loan meant for every Member of Parliament to acquire a V8 to purchase a grader for the benefit of the good people of Adentan rather than buy a V8 for his comfort.
Adentan Constituency is among the many constituencies in the country facing several developmental challenges including very bad roads and terrible drains.
Following the promise going viral, Mr. Ramadan has reportedly denied having made the promise especially when some of his colleagues in parliament came under attack to emulate him.
A source in parliament told MyNewsGh.com he had consistently denied being behind that promise and doesn’t know how it came about.
In any case, the car loan cannot be used for any other purpose beside what it has been earmarked for.
Mr. Ramadan totally denied making the promise. This will be news for the people of Adentan as they wait for their new grader to start work on their bad roads