Ga West MCE inspects projects

Amasaman (GAR) Feb. 29, GNA – Mr. Sam Atukwai Quaye, the Municipal Chief Executive for Ga West, has inspected completed and ongoing projects being undertaken by the Assembly in the Municipality.

The projects include a multi modern complex hospital building with facilities like Out-Patient Department (OPD), Dispensary, Dental and Maternity Wards, Children’s Ward and a Healthcare Unit, to serve the people of Amamorley, Asofan, Omanjor, and Ofankor.

These projects are almost completed.
He also inspected a 27-unit classroom block with library, toilet, and boreholes project facilities at Ofankor and Asofan in the Trobo Constituency, to help eliminate the schools under trees.

A Police Motor Traffic and Transport Unit building, Domestic Violence and Victim Support Unit Office, Emergency Unit building for the Amasaman Hospital, an 18-unit classroom for M/A School, and the Bus Rapid Terminal are also under construction.

Mr. Quaye, in an interview with the Ghana News Agency, said the projects were started two years ago after the traditional leaders had released lands for them.

He appealed to Ghanaians to massively vote for President John Dramani Mahama in the November presidential election to enable him to complete his laudable infrastructural development plans.

The MCE was accompanied by traditional leaders, assembly members, opinion leaders and the Members of Parliament responsible for Amasaman and Trobo.

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