If you’ve got any integrity left, you will tell us how your projects dropped from 18,075 on delivery tracker to 13,000 on performance tracker – Bawumia told


Member of Parliament for Builsa South, Dr. Clement Apaak, has challenged Vice Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia to tell Ghanaians how the projects of the government have moved from 18,075 to 13,000.

It would be recalled that the Vice President, in an interview on Peace FM’s Kokrokoo programme, informed Ghanaians that there were 18,075 projects that the government had captured on its delivery tracker, which was launched ahead of the 2020 general elections.

At the time, the vice president indicated that these projects could be tracked.


However, the recently launched performance tracker has revealed that the government has invested in some 13,000 projects.

Dr. Apaak is therefore questioning how the previous figure quoted by the presidential candidate of the NPP has dropped.

He is questioning how he got the figure when the delivery tracker was launched some years ago and how the current figure arrived.

He described this as one that undermines the integrity of the Vice President and is demanding he provide the answer to his question. 

He is wondering if over 4000 projects that the Vice President touted have vanished or disappeared between 2020 and 2024.

In a tweet on X, he wrote “DMB must tell us how 18,075 projects dwindled to about 13,000 between 2020 and 2024. Aaaaaaba, so about 4,000 projects disappeared, vanished, between 2020 and 2024? Integrity must count. Say no to lies!”

He also attached a video in which the Vice President mentioned the figure of 18,075 in 2020 to support his point and the demand for Dr. Bawumia to answer.


Dr. Apaak had also raised some concerns and is questioning the cost to the taxpayer.

In a tweet on X, formerly Twitter, Dr. Apaak said the money used for the tracker could have served a better purpose, including the purchase of furniture for over 1 million pupils without furniture to sit on in our public basic schools.

The MP, who is also a Deputy Ranking Member on the Education Committee of Parliament, slammed the president and his vice, accusing them of continuing to waste state resources on frivolous things.

He underscored the need for the government to tell Ghanaians how much was used in designing the tracker.

He also described it as useless and fraudulent saying “How much did the USELESS and FRAUDULENT performance tracker cost? Wouldn’t it have served Ghanaians better if the funds wasted on this fraudulent tracker were used to buy furniture for some of the over 1 million pupils without furniture to sit on in our public basic schools? It’s amazing how this failed Akufo-Addo/Bawumia NPP gov’t continues wasting public resources on useless pet projects”

By: Rainbowradioonline.com/Ghana

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