To the Member of Parliament (MP) for Madina Constituency, Boniface Abubakar Saddique, every month is next month.
One road in the Constituency that, has been a major headache to the residents of Madina, has always been fixed next month, a month that never comes.
This newspaper recalls about two months ago, the minister was on Oman FM, a local radio station in the Constituency, where he promised that, the contractor was going to be on site by the end of July.
Politicians lie, it is part of the game we are told, but when lying begins to define one, then it becomes problematic.
Credibility is everything in this world, when you lose it or begin to lose it, as in the case of Boniface Abubakar, you are nothing and you have nothing.
Like his boss the president, Akufo-Addo, Boniface made a lot of promises in the build-up to the 2016 election.
He sweet talked the constituents into the not only voting for him but the presidential candidate of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Akufo-Addo.
The road from Akosombo junction to the centre of Madina, i.e. the market and lorry station, is in a deplorable state, and it gets worse with each passing day.
One of the main reasons Amadu Sorogho, was voted out of office, was the bad nature of the road.
Everytime you raise the issue of the road, you are reminded that, contract has been awarded and the contractor, will move to site very soon.
Everyone is tired of hearing about this, when the first sign, which is the start of construction of drainage, has not even begun.
The MP, who through the generosity of the constituents, has been appointed the minister of Zongo and Inner City Development, must not take them for granted.
As a care-taker MP, because the Constituency is a traditional stronghold of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), he should quicken his steps and actions; else he risks losing it in 2020.