The District Chief Executive (DCE) for Ajumako-Enyan-Essiam, Rev. Ransford Kwesi Nyarko, has stated that the district assembly is not in a hurry to start new projects because there are many abandoned projects at various stages of completion
He said in an attempt to ensure a balanced development across the district, the assembly had initiated steps to complete projects inherited from the previous
Town Hall meeting
Responding to some concerns from participants during a town hall meeting at Ajumako Besease in the Central Region last Tuesday, he indicated that the assembly had begun the process to tackle abandoned projects in the areas of health, education
Participants during the open forum sought to find out from the (DCE) steps the assembly was taking to ensure the completion of particularly, the nursing and teacher training colleges and other road projects started by the erstwhile Mahama-led administration which had all been abandoned.
He stressed that the assembly had already completed some abandoned projects over the years and would continue to
He added that in an attempt to increase water supply in the district, a number of small town water systems would be constructed in some communities to bring relief to the people.
Double track system
Touching on the double track system, he indicated that the system had become necessary due to the bold implementation of the free senior high school policy introduced by the government, noting that “the challenge of
Additionally, he called on Ghanaians to continue to reason and support the government in the implementation of its policies and programmes for the transformation of the district and the nation at large.
For his part,
He said he would work with the government to ensure the completion of the rest of the 188km road projects started by the previous government to facilitate the transportation of food items to market
He further admonished the government to accept the criticisms of the opposition at all times since a strong opposition was essential to in every democratic dispensation, adding that ‘all the concerns of the minority were to ensure that policies are successfully implemented for the benefit of all’.