The opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) has cautioned the government against commissioning the Tema Motorway flyover without involving former President John Mahama.
The party alleges that the government plans on taking the credit for the project which was initiated by the erstwhile administration.
President Akufo-Addo is expected to commission the newly-constructed interchange on Friday, June 5, 2020.
But the NDC argues that consistently, the NPP administration has consistently taken credit for strategic projects initiated by his predecessors especially, Mr Mahama.
The NDC at a press conference chronicled the events leading to the completion of the Tema Motorway Interchange, is a Japanese sponsored project, as the basis for which President Akufo-Addo must not take credit for the project.
Former President Mahama in his last State of the Nation Address to end the sixth Parliament of the fourth republic on January 5, 2017, highlighted a number of major road projects his government had secured funding for ahead of existing office in January 2017.
This the Deputy Greater Accra Regional Youth Organiser, Amos Blessing Amorse challenged the president to invite Former President for the commissioning