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Bawumia commissions District Assembly Office Complex at Offinso North

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The Vice-President, Alhaji Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, on Wednesday, 14th has commissioned an ultra-modern 3 storey building office complex at Akomadan to characterized the administrative work of the Offinso North District Assembly in the Ashanti Region.

He asked the Assembly to take good care of the newly-constructed edifice to help serve the purpose for which it was built.

Dr Bawumia said the government-sponsored project is designed to also coordinate and enhance activities of the decentralized departments under the Assembly.

He told Offinso Time FM’s Journalist Kaakyire Kwasi Afari in his address that, the government will work closely with the traditional authorities in the area in order to bring development to the people in Offinso North.

The vice president asked the constituents to vote huge for the Offinso North NPP MP, hon Augustine Collins Ntim and support the government in its development agenda for the country.

Vice president inspected the ongoing construction of Afrancho Town roads, the construction of a NHIS office in Afrancho in Offinso North.

He again commissioned a girls dormitory block and a six-unit classroom block at Nkenkaasu Senior High School.

Dr. Bawunia later inspected roads and ongoing electricity extension at Nkenkaasu Senior High School.

The Vice president in his address at the durbar cheered the Deputy Local Government Minister, Collins Ntim for executing massive projects in the district.

Dr. Nana Kwaku Duah, Nifahene of the Offinso Traditional Area, appealed to the government to up efforts at improving the road network at the District to open up the area for investment and farming activities.

The Nifahene speaking on behalf of the Paramount Chief appeals to Dr. Bawumia to construct district hospital for Offinso North to improve healthcare in the Area.

The Chief later tasked the government to also extend its infrastructural development to the mother constituency, Offinso South.

Source: Kaakyire Kwasi Afari

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