Fix Ofoase-Ayirebi bad roads, not Serwaa Amihere’s ‘highway’ – MP Oppong Nkrumah trolled on FB


Minister for Information and Member of Parliament for Ofoase Ayirebi Vincent Kojo Oppong Nkrumah has been made the butt of jokes on social media after a traveller posted about bad roads in the MP’s constituency.

A road user who was neatly dressed and wore white before using Ofoase Ayirebi road ended up so dusty looking like “Sisqo” due to the terrible nature of the road.

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Netizens took turns to blast the minister for the bad road especially for that stretch being a principal street linking two major towns.

Some of the commentators tagged him to it reminding him to prioritize fixing their bad roads not Serwaa Amihere, in reference to an allegation that the handsome Minister was seeing GH-One TV’s fairy presenter.

See some reactions:

Meanwhile Kojo Oppong Nkrumah is parading with his nice head on Serwaa’s highway 🛣 leaving his constituency 😂.
Next time, use the Asamankese-kade-Chia road. It’s far better.

Awww Kwadjow (sic) Opong Nkrumah the minister of Communications (sic) infact am really disappointed in him cuz the way that man bragged about that particular road then almost 5 years is already done and nothing has been done on that road hmm it’s very pity Oman Ghana

Senior, saa Kojo Oppong Nkrumah road no de3 forget oooo. I’m even crying in advance because I’ll be going there tomorrow.

Hon KON I greet you oo. Oppong Nrumah’s constituency fuo.

Hahahahaha please kojo oppong Nkrumah to fix your road before defending the papanu the fine boy

Have been using that road every bless day oooooooh  the Ghana youth should think small Kojo oppong Nkrumah will come site on tv and talking, bragging his own home town road he can fix kyebi is now small London

That road… especially from Akim Oda town through Odasco to Nkwanta can blind the blinded.

The dust along is enough for face make up

Hahahahaha please kojo oppong Nkrumah to fix your road before defending the papanu the fine boy