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02.02.2016 Politics

Sunyani West District starts work on five projects

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Nsoatre (B/A) Feb. 02, GNA - The Sunyani West District Chief Executive (DCE) is constructing five buildings, funded by the District Development Fund, at a total cost of GH¢558,943.00.

Ms Agnes Kusi, during a two-day working tour to cut the sod for the projects urged the residents to participate actively in assembly's work and be committed towards the development of the areas.

The projects include a three-classroom block designed with ancillary facilities for the Yeboah Pene D/A Primary School at Attakrom, near Chiraa, at GH¢150,730.00. It would be completed in six months.

There would also be fenced Community Health Planning Services (CHPS) Compound with an overhead tank at GH¢61,550.00, to be completed in three months at Dumasua.

The Community Development Vocational and Technical Institute at Nsoatre would benefit from a kitchen and a five-seater latrine valued at GH¢75,122.00, which would be ready in four months; the Awuah-Domase Maize Market would be paved at the value of GH¢199,200.00 ; and a 20-seater KVIP latrine would be constructed for Tanom at GH¢80,321.00.

The pavement job would finish in eight months, while the latrine would be completed in four months.

At separate durbars organised in her honour, Ms Kusi expressed concern about the level of partisanship in assembly debates, which she said usually complicated simple issues.

She noted that the nation could not progress if Ghanaians, especially assembly members, neglected their primary responsibilities and allowed their partisan interests to influence their decisions.

The DCE, therefore, urged them to make decisions for their common good.

The chiefs of the beneficiary communities, on behalf of their people, expressed their appreciation to the Government for responding to their requests promptly and promised to take good care of the facilities for the benefit of even the future generation.


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