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Abandoned, delayed projects to gain significant attention in 2023 – Garu DCE

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The District Chief Executive for Garu, Osman Musah has indicated that all abandoned projects will soon be worked on in the first quarter of 2023. These projects range from abandoned school structures to rural electrification projects.

Mr. Musah said, his focus was to speed up the district’s development as some of the abandoned projects were dear to the hearts of the residents.

“The focus is to develop the district. And going round, I have seen quite a few projects that are dear to the residents’ hearts which the previous government failed to execute, and that will be the focus this quarter of the year.”

Mr. Musah made this known to the media after a visit to some of the abandoned projects in communities.

Connecting the majority of the communities and some health facilities to the national grid the DCE noted was one of the primary focuses.

He stressed that 11 communities have had some levels of electrical work, but due to some factors over the years, such communities till now were not connected to the national grid.

“The NPP administration had and is committed to ensuring that these communities are connected to the national grid, not only that but any form of development that due them will get to them. Politics is about people’s growth hence as a representative of this great party, the NPP, I will ensure that we develop our district collectively. I know some of the households already have metres, wired, and also the transformer is available so we as an assembly will see to it that they are connected to the grid.”

Excited about the message from the DCE, some of the community members, especially those from the Pialugu and Kolsuguo communities noted that connecting them to the national grid will improve their economic lives and children’s education.

They indicated that electricity has been their biggest challenge over the years, therefore, it will be of great honour to get connected to the national grid.

“Our setback is the lack of electricity in this area. Our children cannot study at night. Our wives and those who have chop bars and others cannot do business as expected from them. So, the light issue if connected will bring us great joy”, said a resident of the Kolsuguo community.

The DCE, therefore, gave the assurance that for the first quarter of 2023, the Assembly will be committed to fixing all abandoned projects from the previous government.

Source: A1radioonline.com|101.1 MHz|Moses Apiah|Ghana


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