Ayawaso MCE inspects development projects
The Municipal Chief Executive (MCE) of the Ayawaso East Municipal Assembly, Hajia Salma Mohammed Sani Adams Kuta, has called for the collaboration between stakeholders and government in ensuring development in the country.
She said such collaboration was crucial since government alone cannot ensure development in the country.
The MCE gave the assurance when she led officials from the assembly to inspect ongoing projects in the area in Accra.
Hajia Kuta was accompanied by Mr Ishmael Ashitey, the Municipal Coordinating Director, Hajia Anisah Ismail-Rashid, Municipal Finance Officer, Abdallah Abdul-Rahman, Municipal Engineer, the Human Resource Officer, Mr Theophilus Nartey and Director of Agriculture, Mr Charles Asem-Bansah among others.
The project sites that were inspected were the rehabilitation of four-unit classroom block with ancillary facilities at the 37 Basic School, construction of vehicular slabs at Nima and 37 Basic School, construction of three storey classroom block for the Flagstaff House Basic School.
The other projects that were toured included a medical block for Nima Government Clinic, ongoing road project at Nima, distilling of open and covered drains within the municipality.
Hajia Kuta in an interview with The Spectator expressed satisfaction with the ongoing projects, stating that they would be completed by the end of the year.
She said the projects which started in 2019 and funded by government, when completed, would improve teaching and learning in the schools and also ensure development in the area.
The MCE assured the residents of the assembly’s continuous efforts to ensure development in the area, and called on them for their cooperation.
“As partners in development, we must all endeavour to support government projects which seek to promote development at all levels,” she added.
As part of the programme, the assembly presented 650 dual and mono desks to the Ayawaso East Basic School to enhance teaching and learning.
The MCE also commissioned a 12-seater water closet facility at the 37 Basic School.
By Anita Nyarko-Yirenkyi