Komenda Sugar Factory was at a standstill when I came into office, it has collapsed – Akufo-Addo

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President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has said the Komenda Sugar Factory that was worked by the Mahama organization was not working when he came into office as President of Ghana.

He said the factory had breakdown.

Mr Akufo-Addo asked why the factory was not being operationalised in case it was that significant for the past organization.

Gotten some information about the way forward for the factory while talking on Eagle FM in Cape Coast on Monday October 18 as a feature of his visit through the Central Region, he said the Trade Minister Alan Kyerematen had been endeavoring to get the factory opertaionalised.

“We are told by him that that isn’t his perspective on he will fabricate the rooftop, and when the rooftop has been constructed then he will descend and afterward establish the framework . You realize that a house that is fabricated this will fall, similarly as Komenda fell

“The way forward is the thing that Alan Kyerematen, the exceptionally powerful and enthusiastic Minister of Trade and Industry has been attempting to do. Most importantly, our legacy, truckload of cash has gone into the Komenda drive. It is significant for ourselves but nothing is going on, it was a stops when we came into office.”

His remarks come only four days after previous Mahama answered his faultfinders who guarantee he assembled the Sugar Factory without giving unrefined substances to take care of it.

Mr Mahama said there was a game plan set up to give natural substances to the factory.

The 2020 official possibility for the National Democratic Congress (NDC) expressed that he concentrated on financial matters in School henceforth, was completely mindful that a factory couldn’t be set up without making unrefined components for it.

He clarified that the Indian government had requested the factory to be assembled and later apply for assets to help the creation of unrefined components.

The Akufo-Addo organization blamed Mr Mahama for building up the factory with making arrangements for natural substances.

In any case, speaking Cape FM on Friday October 15, Mr Mahama said “When this administration came they said the sugar wasn’t their need thus they deserted the 26million dollars the Indian government approached them to apply for .

” They didn’t make a difference thus they left it and the factory is simply there.

“Do you think I am a dolt to construct a factory and I will not make arrangement for unrefined substances? I’m not unreasonably silly, I read financial aspects thus I knew what the vision was.”

The $35 million factory, worked from an Indian EXIM Bank office, has not worked since its dispatching in 2016.

The factory was patched up to resuscitate the neighborhood creation of sugar, along these lines diminishing the importation of the product.