Nsoatre (B/A), Jan. 20, GNA - Ms Agnes Kusi, the Sunyani West District Chief Executive (DCE), has said the Assembly was established to cater for the needs of all residents of the District.
Ms Kusi said this at separate mini durbars organised by the chiefs and people of five communities in the District during a two-day tour to cut the sod for five building projects being funded by the District Development Fund (DDF).
The total cost of the projects is GHâ‚µ558,943.00.
The projects are a three classroom block designed with ancillary facilities for Yeboah Pene D/A Primary School at Attakrom, near Chiraa and the construction of a fenced Community Health Planning Services (CHPS) Compound.
The rest are the construction of school kitchen and five-seater latrine for Community Development Vocational and Technical Institute at Nsoatre; the paving of Awuah-Domase maize market and the construction of a 20-seater KVIP latrine at Tanom.
Ms Kusi said the nation could not progress if Ghanaians, especially members of the assembly neglected their primary responsibilities for partisan politics to determine the direction of their decisions at the Assembly.
She implored the members of the Assembly to put partisan interests aside for the common good of the people, else they would do disservice to the very people on whose mandate they were serving.
The chiefs of the beneficiary communities on behalf of their people expressed their appreciations to the government for responding to their request promptly and promised to take good care of the facilities.