More projects for Adaklu District

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Mr Emmanuel Sky Ganaku, the Adaklu District Chief Executive, has cut a sod for work to start on some projects in four communities in the district.

projectsThe projects include a multi-purpose office complex for the District Assembly at Adaklu-Waya estimated at 1.6 million Ghana cedis.

The complex, to be funded by the Ministry of Local Government and Rural Development, will house all decentralized departments in the district.

There will be a 176,000 Ghana cedis three-classroom block, an office and store, at Adaklu-Wumenu, CHPS Compounds at Adaklu-Kodzobi and Adaklu-Torda, costing 197,000 Ghana cedis each.

The classroom block is to be funded with the Assembly?s share of the Common Fund, while the CHPS Compounds are to be built with cash with outlays under the District Development Facility (DDF).

Mr Ganaku listed projects going on across the district to include classroom blocks, a laboratory for the Adaklu-Waya Health Centre and reshaping of a number of roads.

He said these projects should raise the quality of life of the people.

Mr Ganaku said the government was intent on realizing its ?Better Ghana Agenda? and was optimistic the district, new and deprived, would have its fair share of the national cake.

Mr Ganaku assured the people that the National Democratic Congress (NDC) government would fulfill all its campaign promises and appealed for restraint.

He also appealed to citizens of the area to eschew backbiting and mudslinging and lend their support and expertise to the development of the area.

Mr Ganaku told the contractors that ?the people of Adaklu will be watching you so desist from any shoddy work and variations of the projects because we will not tolerate any such work?.

Nene Yao Oboubi, Managing Director of Chriswed Limited, one of the construction firms on behalf of his colleagues assured that they would do quality work and also complete the projects on time.

He pleaded that funds for the projects were released on schedule.

Togbe Dzegblede IV, Chief of Adaklu-Kodzobi, expressed gratitude to the Assembly for the projects and said that the CHPS Compounds especially would have a great impact on the lives of the people.

Adaklu-Kodzobi, Nov 20, GNA -(Nyatsikor) -Mr Emmanuel Sky Ganaku, Adaklu District Chief Executive (DCE) Tuesday cut sod for the commencement of work on a number of development projects in four communities in the district.

The projects include a multi-purpose office complex for the District Assembly at Adaklu District at Adaklu-Waya estimated at Ghc 1.6 million.

The complex, to be funded by the Ministry of Local Government and Rural Development, will house all decentralized departments in the district.

A Ghc 176,000 three classroom block, an office and store, at Adaklu-Wumenu, CHPS Compounds for Adaklu-Kodzobi and Adaklu-Torda, at Ghc 197,000 each are the other projects.

The classroom block is to be funded with the Assembly?s share of the Common Fund, while the CHPS Compounds are to be built with cash with outlays under the District Development Facility (DDF).

Mr Ganaku at Adaklu-Kodzobi listed projects going on across the district to include classroom blocks at various locations, a laboratory for the Adaklu-Waya Health Centre and the reshaping of a number of roads.

He said these projects should raise the quality of life of the people in various ways.

The District Chief Executive said government was intent on realizing its ?Better Ghana Agenda? and was optimistic the district, new and deprived, would have its fair share of the national cake.

Mr Ganaku assured the people that the National Democratic Congress (NDC) government would fulfil all its campaign promises and appealed for restraint.

He also appealed to citizens of the area to eschew backbiting and mudslinging and lend their support and expertise to the development of the area.

Mr Ganaku told the contractors that ?the people of Adaklu will be watching you so desist from any shoddy work and variations of the projects because we will not tolerate any such work?.

Nene Yao Oboubi, Managing Director of Chriswed Limited, one of the construction firms on behalf of his colleagues assured that they would do quality work and also complete the projects on time.

He pleaded that funds for the projects were released on according to schedule.

Togbe Dzegblede IV. Chief of Adaklu-Kodzobi expressed gratitude to the Assembly for the projects and said that the CHPS Compounds especially would have a great impact on the lives of the people.

GNA

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