In the area of health, MCE Asmah mentioned the construction of the Dompim Clinic with doctors’ accommodation, two-bedroom semi-detached doctors’ bungalow at Governors Hill, production of medical equipment at the Mahamo Clinic worth over GH¢10,000.Touching on security, he cited the newly-constructed and furnished Dompim Police Station with offices, construction of the Benso Police Station, also with accommodation, and the newly-constructed Fire Service office at Ahwitieso.
In the field of education, he mentioned the construction of a two-unit classroom for the Benso Essamang M/A School, construction of a three-unit classroom block with office, store, staff common room and computer room, completion of a two-unit Kindergarten block, drain, six-seater enviro-loo toilet, and a two-bay urinal, including latrine filling work, all at Essamang Kakraba.
“We have also constructed a new market complex at Nsuaem with toilet facilities, pending commissioning,” he told the gathering.
“In the area of road infrastructure, my administration has done a lot for the Municipality. Few among them are the facilitation of the new Driver and Vehicle Licensing Authority (DVLA) road with a culvert at Boamoa, double cell culvert at Tamso new road, and single cell culvert at Prisons Quarters.”
Considering the development programmes lined up for the Municipality, MCE Asmah called on all stakeholders and the general public to rally behind the Assembly so that the available resources could be utilised effectively.
In attendance were the Member of Parliament, George Mireku Duker, heads of departments, representatives of mining companies, assembly members, civil society groups, traditional authorities, and the general public.