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Mambrouk Residents Heap Praises On Central MCE

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…As Assembly Cuts Sod For Construction Of Ultramodern Hospital

By Alex Boye

Praises have been heaped on the Municipal Chief Executive (MCE) Officer for the Ablekuma Central Municipal Assembly in the Greater Accra Region, Madam Karley Amui, over her outfit’s readiness to assist them with an ultra-modern hospital.
The hospital which is meant to be completed within the next eight months would serve the community members and its surrounding areas.
The area, according to information has been faced with health care challenges for many years and several appeals on authorities in the past government fell on deaf ears.
The area has since the New Patriotic Party (NPP) came to power benefited from several projects in the area of education, roads and many other initiatives.
Though the area happens to be a political strong hold of the opposition NDC, members of the community assured the MCE of their readiness to vote massively for the NPP in December 7 general elections for its commitment in helping them.
Speaking at the ceremony yesterday, the MCE thanked chief and people for the commencement of the project.
Madam Amui noted that health is one of the major priorities of the assembly, and assured that the project would be complete on time to achieve its purpose.
For his part, Head of Works at the Assembly, Justice Abdoni, assured that the hospital would be constructed of a higher standard to help served its purpose.
The hospital, he said would boast of a children’s block, female block, Male block, an OPD, washrooms, offices, co-resulting rooms among other vital things.

 

 

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