John Dramani Mahama

National Democratic Congress (NDC) Flagbearer, John Dramani Mahama, has reiterated a pledge he first made in 2016 to upgrade the Amantin health centre into a polyclinic.

President Mahama who, has, promised the chiefs and people to upgrade their Health Centre into a Polyclinic.

Speaking to the Chiefs and Elders of Amantin in the Bono East Region on Thursday, the former President said:
“In 2016 I came before you the Chiefs and people and made a promise to build you a polyclinic. It is a promise I remain committed to and will honour when I become President.”

The NDC Presidential Candidate also urged the people to participate fully in the planned population census in 2021, explaining that it would confirm that their population qualified them to have their own district, and he would ensure that they become a district and get all the development that comes with being a district, such as a district hospital, police station among others.

The former President also informed the gathering that he would build an agricultural mechanization centre equipped with tractors, ploughs, boom sprayer . to provide services to the farmers.

He explained that the farmers could pay for the services after harvesting their crops and expressed confidence that this intervention would encourage young people to take up farming.

He further pledged to provide a dining hall and other facilities at the Amanstin Senior High School.

The Chief of Amantin, Osabarima Nana Owusu Ababio II, speaking through his linguist asked that the 2020 elections be conducted in an atmosphere of peace.

President Mahama is on a three day tour of the Bono East Region.

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