The District Chief Executive (DCE), for Binduri, Ayinga Abagre Yakubu, has commissioned a health center and a six-unit class room block at Atuba and Koulimvae commuinities, respectively in the Binduri District of the Upper East Region.
At Atuba, the DCE and a team from the assembly handed over a health facility comprising three (3) consulting rooms, a delivery and waiting room, dispensary and store coupled with a three-bed rooms to serve as staff accommodation.
The project which was handed over to the District Health Directorate and the Community cost GHC 340,373.
Mr. Abagre, expressed his joy for the successful completion and handing over of the facility and urged the community members to help protect the edifice for its intended purpose to be achieved.
On his part the District Health Director, Mr. Samuel Anjogdem, conveyed his appreciation to the assembly for coming to the aid of the health needs of the community and promised to effectively use the facility for the benefits of residents of Atuba, and adjourning communities.
In a related development, the District Chief Executive and his team also handed over a six-unit class room block with a library, staff common room, head teacher’s office and a store costing about GHC 470,000 from the District Common Fund to the Ghana Education Service to be the Koulimvae communities.
Addressing community members at the ceremony, Mr. Abagre, indicated that though the project have delayed it is good news that the project is ready for use.
Receiving the facility on behalf of the Ghana Education Service, the Binduri District Director of Education, John Soka Jaggrey says the school block would be used positively and thanked the assembly and government for supporting education in the district.
Source: Alexander Bombande/ Maxxempireonline.com