He said the provision of such social amenities is a policy of government to prevent the youth from indulging in anti-social practices and to mould their character for a better future.
He said the provision and improvement of educational infrastructure has been his focus during in his tenure as the MCE and enumerated a number of ongoing development projects he had so far implemented in the constituency, such as the Millennium City Schools.
“It is for this reasons government is creating all opportunities and other social intervention programmes that will allow the youth to develop their potentials to the fullest,” he said.
Dr Vanderpuije reminded the electorate that the country is preparing for election this year and urged them to retain President John Mahama to continue with his good developmental agenda – “Changing Lives and Transforming Ghana.”
Mr Elvis Afriyie Ankrah, a Minister of State who graced the occasion urged community members to take advantage of the play ground/gym and exercise regularly to minimise lifestyle diseases.
He assured the Turkey that provided funding for the facility that it would be used for the benefit of the children to develop their talents.
He urged Ghanaians to stop the “pull him down” tactics and focus on things that would move the nation forward.
He said the government is committed to promote and improve their living standard.
Mr George Kum Ning, leader of the Turkish delegation described Ghana as “a vision star in Africa,” hence his nation’s investment in the country.
He gave the assurance that Turkey would establish a factory in the country, after the completion of feasibility studies.
Source: GNA/News Ghana