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Bawku MCE blames Ambulance Service for rejecting temporary accommodation

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The care taker Municipal Chief Executive (MCE) for Bawku in the Upper East Region, Hajia Hawa Ninchema, has justified why her assembly did not provide permanent accommodation for the National Ambulance Service.

It would be recalled that Upper East Regional Manager of the National Ambulance Service, Ali Baba, told A1 Radio in a recent interview that though the Bawku Municipal Assembly had earlier promised his outfit an office space and residential accommodation, the assembly later reneged on that promise and rather, asked the service to perch with the Ghana National Fire Service.

Mr Ali also named Builsa South as another district that  has failed to provide permanent accommodation for the service.

But in a reaction, Hajia Ninchema blamed management of the service for rejecting a temporary space the assembly provided until the assembly was able to secure a perminent place the service.

She said, “If the government gives me an ambulance, why can’t I search for a temporary place for them [National Ambulance Service] until we secure a permanent place, which they don’t want to agree. You can’t get up one day and start putting public structure. So, we had a place for them to be there for the mean time.”

Hajia Ninchema also blamed the management of the service for not writing a report when the ambulanced allocated to Bawku was crashed by the driver.

She said, “You [National Ambulance Service] went and crashed with the ambulance, you never said anything, you didn’t write any report about it”.

Source:A1Radioonline.com|101.1MHZ| James Nana Tsiquaye|Ghana


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