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UE: Minister unhappy over level of work on Agenda 111 hospital project in Fumbisi

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The Upper East Regional Stephen Yakubu on his working visit to the Builsa South District has expressed disappointment over the level of work done under the government’s Agenda 111 hospital project which is under construction.

The Agenda 111 hospital project in the Builsa South District was awarded for construction earlier this year but when the regional Minister paid a visit to the site, the project was still at the foundation level.

Engineers at the site explained that they have been confronted with technical challenges. These include the nature of the land the hospital is supposed to be sited on.

Mr. Yakubu stated he would work hard with all stakeholders involved to make sure all issues that led to the slowdown of work at the site are addressed. The regional minister explained that the project is fully funded and needed to be completed before 2024 in order to serve the people.

“I am not a happy man I think that the project should have been far ahead of what we are seeing right now. But they are also telling me the reasons that they are having here. We need to try to resolve these problems so that the project will go on.”

“Talking about the land being a low land area, they needed to fill it. We have seen a few gaps here and there but I think that we will try and resolve these gaps so that work can go on. They need to up their game so that we have this hospital built before 2024,” he said

Meanwhile, the Upper East Regional Director of health services Dr. Emmanuel Kofi Dzotsi who accompanied the Minister reiterated the need for the hospital to be completed on time.

According to Dr. Dzotsi, there is a need for the upgrading of the Fumbisi hospital in order to expand health care delivery in the area adding that the Agenda 111 hospital after completion will serve that purpose hence the need for the project to be completed as soon as possible.

Source: A1Radioonline.Com|10.1MHZ|David Azure|Fumbisi|Ghana

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