Ms Hannah Tetteh, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Member of Parliament for Awutu-Senya East, has led the chiefs from Awutu and Senya traditional areas, management and staff of the Assembly, to inspect projects executed within two years in the area.
At Senya Bereku, the team inspected projects including the construction of a female, male and children wards of the hospital, a new market with KG, a three-classroom unit block, staff room and I.C.T centre, the construction of a girls’ dormitory, and a dining hall for the Senior High School.
They also visited basic school students attending vacation classes sponsored by the Minister, and inspected a 12-seater water closet toilet facility at Bonsoku.
Neenyi Kwa Bentum IV, Tufuhen of the Senya Traditional Area, commended the government, the MP and the District Assembly for giving them their fair share of the national cake, and appealed to his people to rally firmly behind the government.
At Awutu Bereku, Mrs Tetteh donated furniture to the management of Winston SHS, inspected a Rural Technology Facility, a technical institute, the construction of a six-unit classroom block for the DA JHS, with teachers offices and I.C.T centre, a donation by the Chinese Embassy.
Other projects inspected were a water closet toilet facility, court building, Ghana Education Service Office facility, the District Assembly block, and the Area Council Office.
The Minister also cut the tape for the beginning of work for the District NHIS offices.
Mr. Sampson Amarh, the DCE, briefing the gathering, said it was aimed to give account of their stewardship, and to enable the people to be abreast with developmental projects and programmes the Government, MP and the Assembly were executing to better their lot.
They also inspected work on a Police Station at Bontrase, and Mankomeda, CHIP compounds at Afasu, Afada, Ayesuako, and Ayeresu.
The team later moved to Awutu Bawjiase where Ms. Tetteh unveiled a plaque for a modern market, a lorry park, site for the Community SHS, and a sewing Centre at Bebianiha.
The team ended the inspection at Obrachire SHS where they inspected the girls dormitory which was renovated by the MP, and work on a two-storey girls’ dormitory, a GET-Fund project.
.Abokuadi Wyettey Agyemang Larbi, Omanhene of the Awutu Traditional Area, expressed his deepest appreciation to the government, the MP for the area, and the District Assembly, for the numerous development projects executed in both the Awutu and Senya Bereku Traditional Areas.