A prophet indeed is not respected in his own country. That is the case of late President, John Evans Atta Mills.
After about five years of his death, nothing has been done in his hometown, Ekumfi Otuam to honour him for his good works for Ghana.
The contract awarded for the construction of the Otuam town roads hit a snag after his political party; National Democratic Congress (NDC) lost the 2016 general election to the New Patriotic Party (NPP).
Justifying why the road project was not completed two years after the NDC lost power, former Member of Parliament for Ekumfi, Abeiku Crenstil blamed the contractor who was awarded the contract.
He explained that, due to his [contractor] abysmal performance, they had to award the contract to a different person months to their defeat.
“We were hoping to complete the Otuam roads but we lost power so we thought the NPP would continue,” Mr Crenstil recounted.
Source: Ghana|Adomonline.com|Adwoa Gyasiwaa Agyeman