A.A.K. Assembly Completes Projects

The District Chief Executive of  Abura-Asebu-Kwamankese, Mr. Williams Atta-Mends, has said the government was on course with development projects in the district.

He said over the past three years the Assembly had completed 65 projects with the District Assemblies’ Common Fund and Internally Generated Fund.

Mr. Atta-Mends said this when he joined the chiefs and people of the Asebu Traditional Area to celebrate “Apayamkese” festival at Asebu, themed “Celebrating our Culture for Development”.

He said only seven projects were at various stages of completion but the rest were completed with 21 of them located in various communities within the Asebu traditional area.

He mentioned some of the completed projects as teachers’ quarters at Abakrampa, a three-unit classroom block at Ahomfie, provision of electricity to Abakrampa Clinic, public toilet and a rehabilitated market at Dunkwa.

The others are  an  area council office block  at Asebu, six- unit classroom block at Sekyerew,  CHPS Compound  at  Srafa,  three-unit- classroom at Tsetsekasum,  rehabilitation of Moree market and  area council office, CHPS compound at Dunkwa,  public toilet at Putubiw, 3-unit classroom  at New-Ebu and a  CHPS compound at Nkwantanan.

Mr. Atta-Mends said  13 new projects had  been advertised and listed in the  procurement processes, adding that the list included  the construction of  a 400-meter drainage system at Asebu Amantsendo, construction of a three-unit classroom block at Batanyaa and a three-unit semi-detached staff quarters at Dunkwa.

He said the district would have a Community Police Training School and that the site had been prepared and a sod will soon be cut for work to begin.

Mr. Atta-Mends said preparation was going on for work to begin on the Moree fishing landing beach project.

He said  the assembly was ready to assist  any community that initiated  a good self-help project and found it difficult to  complete, adding that everything would  be done to  ensure  that every community  in the district  gets  its fair share  in the  distribution of development projects in the district.

He said by the first quarter of 2014 every community in the district  would be  hooked on to the national electricity grid  and that 97 percent of communities  in the district  had been connected.GNA

 

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