The paramount chief of Gbi Traditional area, Togbega Gabusu VI, has noted he and his people are living witnesses to the achievements of the John Mahama government.
According to him, his jurisdiction and the Hohoe constituency as a whole has benefited from the fair share of the government’s ‘Changing Lives, Transforming Ghana’ agenda in the last four years.
He mentioned the situation of the University of Health and Allied Sciences’ school of public health in the area and the ongoing construction of the eastern corridor road through the area.
“The Gbis are witnesses to the numerous developmental projects that the current government under the leadership of President Mahama has under taken in our area here. We are seeing and if others don’t see it, some of us are witnesses to it and we appreciate it.
“We’ve been talking about the eastern corridor road [which is ongoing].We know there [are] financial difficulties for the nation and is not Ghana alone. The whole world is in financial crisis. But we are waiting patiently and only praying that things will be well for us, for the eastern corridor road to be completed,” he stated.
He, however, appealed to government to construct a bypass in the town to divert the heavy traffic anticipated on the eastern corridor road when completed.
Togbega Gabusu was speaking during a courtesy call paid on him last night by the chief of staff, Julius Debrah and his team who are on a 4-day campaign tour of the Volta region.
The chief of staff, on his part acknowledged the enormous support the NDC has enjoyed in the region over the years and reiterated the commitment of the government towards the development of the region.????
Source: Ghana/StarrFMonline.com/103.5FM/Lambert Atsivor