Deputy Communications Minister, Felix Kwakye Ofosu, before Akomea made his submissions, had said the importance of the of the Interchange was indubitable.
“Those who seek to downplay it are wasting their time.” he said.
He said the commitment of ruling NDC improve infrastructure in the country, as evidenced by the Circle Interchange was “so obvious and glaring that if you seek to downplay it you will exposing what is clearly a partisan motive.”
He said what others may call propaganda is merely the ruling party right to cite its performance as basis to be reelected.
The Circle Interchange, which President John Mahama has described as a fitting memorial to Ghana’s first President Dr Kwame Nkrumah, is expected to improve traffic on Accra’s major roads to Kaneshie, Achimota, Accra Central, Osu and its adjoining suburbs.
The project cost the state more than 70 million Euros to construct, a figure that has also been criticised as bloated.