The Member of Parliament (MP) for Asokwa, Madam Patricia Appiagyei has visited some project sites at the Asokwa Municipality.
The projects visited were being executed by the Asokwa Municipal Assembly, which is only a year old after its elevation by the Local Government Ministry.
Sites visited included the Atonsu-Ahensan dredging project, Aprabon-Kuwait clinic project, ICT project at Atonsu M/A Primary School, Dompoase Police station construction project.
Other sites the MP who is also the Deputy Minister of Science, Technology, Environment and Innovation toured in the company of the Asokwa Municipal Chief Executive (MCE), Chief Akwannuasa Gyimah were a footbridge project at Kuwait as well as a visit to an ICT Library project for Asokwa-Presbyterian school.
PURPOSE OF VISIT:
Speaking to newsmen after the 3hour tour, Madam Appiagyei said the inspection by her outfit and the MCE was to gauge the extent of work at those sites.
She noted the need to periodically do these kinds of inspection to put the assembly on its toes and to ensure it completes all projects earmarked at its general assembly meetings.
The MP who is popularly referred to as ‘Sompahemaa’ commended the Asokwa Assembly and its MCE for undertaking projects that are essential to the Municipality’s development.
She reiterated her commitment to supporting the Municipal Assembly with every kind of support that will ensure the total transformation of the Asokwa community.
‘’I am sure that you as media men are happy seeing these projects we visited and knowing very well that Asokwa as a Municipality is only a year old I am very sure that with the kind of work the Assembly and the MCE are putting up Asokwa will be a reference point for development very soon’’, Madam Appiagyei passionately stressed.
Chief Akwannuasa Gyimah, Asokwa Municipal Chief Executive (MCE) thanked the MP for finding time to visit projects embarked on by the Assembly.
He promised to lead the Asokwa Assembly to complete all projects earmarked to be completed this year and beyond.
The Assembly, he noted was only a year old but said the projects carried out shows the commitment of both the staff and assemblymen in the community to development.
He tasked all contractors working on Asokwa projects to be diligent in doing quality job since both the MP and the Assembly is determined to monitor, evaluate and ensure they get value for money on projects they are executing.
‘’We are only a year old as a municipality but we are committed and resolved as an assembly to chart our own development for a better community’’, Chief Akwannuasa noted.
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