From Ernest Best Anane .
The Kwadaso Municipal Assembly, one of the newly-created municipalities in the Ashanti Region, has embarked on massive infrastructural projects.
Mr. Richmond Agyenim Boateng, Municipal Chief Executive (MCE), at the maiden People’s Forum organised by the Assembly, called on all stakeholders to pull their resources to help the Assembly champion development of the municipality.
He revealed that the Assembly had taken delivery of a new Nissan pick-up to assist the daily running of the Assembly.
He said management had also completed the procurement of 200 streetlight bulbs at the cost of GH¢127,254.40 for distribution among the assembly members, while payment of bursary to 31 students at the secondary and tertiary levels had been made.
He also indicated that a 0.60m U. drain at Apire and (800km) reshaping of Anwiaa Nkwanta-Pokukrom roads were executed at the cost of GH¢48,319.53.
According to him, paving of the community durbar grounds at Edwenase had been done at the cost of GH¢77.312.35, while construction of one unit Kindergarten block and renovation of two unit classroom block at Nyankyerenease at GH¢63.483 had been completed by the Assembly.
The MCE also added that the completion of a Unity Health Center at Atwima Takyiman at GH¢47,217.48 had also been done.
Meanwhile, the Assembly is supporting the Suntreso Police Command and the Ghana National Fire Service (KATH Station) with a weekly supply of fuel to ensure that criminal activities, accidents and fire outbreaks are adequately controlled.
The MCE disclosed that the Assembly, in collaboration with the Police, Fire Service and Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), had embarked upon a monitoring exercise to identify gas and fuel stations that lack safety equipment, and gave the assurance that a report would be sent to the appropriate quarters for the necessary action against defaulting stations.