The Member of Parliament for the Binduri District in the Upper East Region is excited about the progress of work on Binduri’s share of the Agenda 111 project.
In a recent interview on A1 Radio’s Day Break Upper East Show, the MP who doubles as the Deputy Minister for Works and Housing explained that the facility, when completed would enhance health care deilvery within the area; a move the NPP governmenr deserves commendation for.
“Yesterday, I got the briefing, I have seen the structures and the work is progressing very well. I think the pace at which they are going, they are on course and I believe that they would meet the target date.”
“We want to thank the Akufo-Addo government; the government that is always delivering. For this facility for Binduri, the people of Binduri are very grateful. We do not have a district hospital but the district is growing and health is key,” he said.
When completed, the facility would be able to serves community resident who otherwise would have had to travel several kilometres just to access basic healthcare.
Earlier, it came to light that the MP had supported more than one hundred students in his area.
Source: A1radioonline.com|101.1MHz|Mark Kwasi Ahumah Smith|Ghana