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Juaboso DCE Applauds Gov’t Over Monumental Achievements In Western North Region

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The District Chief Executive [DCE] for Sefwi Juaboso in the Western North Region, Hon.Godfred  Kwabena Adjei Asante has sent an honest obligation to the Akufo Addo led government for monumental projects in the region.

Speaking to pressmen, he thanked the Npp government for invariably leading to create development for the citizenry.

Nonetheless, he stated the Npp government needs more years to continue their fantastic accomplishments. ” Npp needs more years to enhance the country. Ghanaians must not make any mistake and vote for the NDC”.

Touching on the achievements but mentioning few, he stated since health of the people has been his priority, it has provided a well furnished four CHPs compound which are ready to be commissioned.

Mr Adjei Asante affirmed emphatically that a vast percentage of the total of about two hundred kilometres of roads within the District have been asphalted by the Akufo Addo government.

“The Npp government is unparalleled. We have completed several projects, including mechanised boreholes, roads and others. We have in the process about four furnished CHPs compound to be handed over to the respective neighborhoods. Farmers in the district have also received their generous share of the development, so I will compliment the Akufo-Addo government for his enormous appearances,” he added.

The astute political model pressed Ghanaians to keep fingers crossed despite the global pandemic, whilst the government keeps doing valuable projects.

Adding to the story, he said the District security council (DISEC) has resolved to suppress the plague of illegal mining and robbery attack in the district.

‘‘I will laud the Inspector General of Police, Dr Akufo Addo Dampare, for being on top of his job. The DISEC has done an amazing job in taming the relentless robbery attacks. We have expanded the Formed Police Unit (FPU) to patrol the highways. I think we have achieved enough security for the civilians’’. he concluded.

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