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wpid-110909034712-water-boreholes-horizontal-gallery.jpgMr Dominic Azimbe Azumah, Member of Parliament (MP) for the constituency who disclosed this in an interview with Ghana News Agency at Garu, said he had made Water and Sanitation improvement his priority and commended developmental partners including the National Security Secretariat which played a major role to ensure that the project was executed timely.

Mr Azumah further indicated that funding for the project was from his share of the Common Fund and that when completed it would serve about 85 per cent of the people living in the remote parts of the constituency.

He indicated that apart from water being his priority he was also aiming at improving on the town’s waste management system by constructing new KVIPs and arranging with land owners to allocate a site for the damping of refuse to improve on sanitation in the area.

He mentioned that plans were far advanced to get an ultra-Modern district hospital for the area to bring quality health delivery to the door steps of the people as well as promote quality living conditions in the constituency.

The MP said when completed the hospital would give maternity services in addition to having an accident center, male and female wards, operation theater, ear, nose and throat (ENT) unit and out patients department among others.

He said the district was benefiting from the Nationwide Community based Senior High School Project and that it would go a long way to produce quality human resource for the area.

On Agriculture, he said plans were far advanced to resource the district agriculture office by providing the extension officers with motorbikes to make them mobile in order to enable them to visit farmers and provide them with the requisite training for increased food production.

Mr Azumah stated that contractors were on site to distill and reconstruct new dugouts and irrigation dams to boost dry season farming since most of the people in the constituency were farmers.

The MP who said he was contesting the seat for the last time, called on the electorate to vote for him to enable him go back to parliament and complete the work he had started for the development of the constituency.

He appealed to sympathizers of the NDC party to desist from politics of insults and called for unity among the people of the area



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