The projects include assembly hall and adjoining offices at Sege, four offices for the district assembly, eight-unit teachers’ quarters at Koluedor, four-unit teachers’ quarters and cladded pavilion at Madavunu.
The rest are CHPS compound at Caesarkope and Afiadenyigba, teachers’ quarters at Dorgobom as well as a three-unit Junior High School classroom at Luhuor.
Nii Afotey Agbo also inspected three on-going projects that included an assembly office at Sege, a magistrate’s court and a police station in the district.
Addressing the media, the Greater Accra Regional Minister said the projects, which were all funded by the Government, were interventions within the Sege area to boost development.
He said such construction works encouraged workers to work efficiently in the rural areas.
“We are on course. As much as we cannot solve all, with what we have done, my heart is at peace,” he said.
Nii Afotey Agbo, however, appealed to the community members to maintain the projects well to enable the future generations to benefit.
“Because we are dealing with level headed people I don’t doubt their integrity of keeping the places in good order and shape,” he said.
Ms Elsie Appiah-Osei, GNA