Ghana Is Gradually Emerging Out Of Its Challenges—Joseph Yammin

Deputy Ashanti Regional Minister Joseph Yamin has said that the nation is gradually getting out of the challenges faced during the year.

He said fortunately the country has its gas flowing which will help boost domestic gas by 70 percent and save the country millions of dollars which can be used for other things.

Mr Yammin said the Ashanti Region has for this year alone seen tremendous developments in terms of health infrastructure and cited the Tepa District Hospital which is a 60-bed hospital and the military hospital at Afari; a 500 bed hospital, as some of the developments.

He adds that road constructions are also on course “and the evidence is there to see. The Sofoline Interchange is a good example of what the NDC-led administration is up to. The project will be completed by end of year.”

Mr. Yammin called on Ghanaians to support and always pray for the government in all it does.

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