District Chief Executive Officer for Sunyani West, Hon. Martin Obeng has assured, the NPP led government is committed to fulfilling its campaign promises as expected of them by Ghanaians before the four year tenure.
This according to him is the priority of President Nana Addo Danquah Akuffo and his appointees calling on Ghanaians to rally behind the government as a lot of developmental projects will be seen in the coming days.
The former tutor at Twene Amanfo Senior High and Technical School, Mr. Martin Obeng made this assuring call when the SWDA was furnishing the Akwasua and Adoe CHIPS compound for effective health care delivery yesterday.
Items presented on behalf of the assembly to the Akwasua CHIPS compound included, ten benches, three desk tables and eight chairs, a table top fridge, two beds and mattress, three cupboards and three shelves, 10 pieces of curtains, as well as a 32inche flat screen television with a TV decoder for resident health workers and patients at the facility.
After presenting to the Adoe CHIPS compound, items including four mattresses and beds, three desk tables and eight chairs, ten benches, three cupboards and three shelves, ten pieces of curtains and a sign post, health workers at the facility told Ark News these items would help to facilitate their effort to providing proper health care to resident of Adoe and its environs.
The items are totaling over GHC4, 000, a project funded with the assembly’s Internally Generated Fund (IGF).
Akwasua and Adoe Roads
Reacting to bad roads in these communities the Hon DCE for Sunyani West Martin Obeng admitted challenge the poor state of roads in the communities is having on residents in the area.
However, he noted, as captured by the Finance Minister Ken Ofori-Atta in the 2019 budget statement in parliament earlier this year, the assembly is optimistic contractors will hit the ground soon with the construction of some major roads in the district, including the Akwasua and Adoe roads respectively.
One of the major challenges, Odikro for the community Nana Amo Amoah earlier said, was the absence of electricity in the community. This challenge the worried Odikro recounted is affecting growth in the community as electricity aided business are crippled.
But Mr. Martin Obeng announced during the gathering of the presentation, contractors have already been awarded the contract and is hopeful the community will enjoy electricity before the end of the first quarter of 2019.