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All Ongoing Projects Will Be Completed-Sekyere South DCE



Mrs.Catherine Reckling, District Chief Executive for Sekyere South in the Ashanti Region says the District Assembly has resolved to complete all ongoing infrastructure projects.

Speaking to the Punch Newspaper during an assembly meeting in Agona,the District Capital,the DCE said ,the Assembly through the central government has achieved alot to better the lives of the people in the area.

According to her,the Agona Town roads were completed to benefit the status of the district capital.

She said,the Assembly has also reshaped major feeder roads in the area to make movement of goods and services easier for residents.

She revealed that,apart from roads ,the District Assembly has constructed alot of classroom blocks to make teaching and learning conducive.

Electricity according to her ,has been extended to almost all the communities that fall under her District but assured that those without electricity will have theirs before her time of office ends .

Portal drinking water,Mrs.Cathrine Reckling maintained that,the Assembly has been able to construct bore holes and mechanized water to serve various communities in the District.

Also ,the District has seen to the completion of the Agona police bungalow which was left to rot by the NDC government just to boost security in the area.

The workaholic DCE assured farmers of getting support from the government by given them free seedlings to increase their production.

She said , coconut seedlings have been given out already and alot more are coming to serve those who are ready to work.

Mrs.Cathrine Reckling, mentioned inadequate Internally Generated Fund as one of the major challenges confronting the District Assembly and appealed to residents to fulfill their tax obligation since the assembly could not rely on solely the District Assembly Common Fund for developmental projects.

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