Residents at Ofankor have appealed to authorities to facilitate and ensure that the Ofankor Health Centre is put to use.
Although the facility was commissioned a year ago, it has not been used since the day of commissioning.
The facility according Rainbow Radio’s Nhyiraba Kwabena Asirifi is growing weeds with no one attending to it.
Portions of the facility are also rusting, he told Kwame Tutu on Frontline Wednesday morning.
The health centre was constructed at Ofankor in the Ga West District of the Greater Accra Region about a year ago, has been abandoned.
The facility was constructed by the government of Ghana through the Ministry of Roads and Highways, with funding from the African Development Bank.
Meanwhile, information he gathered has it that, there is not enough equipment available for the health directorate to start with.
Nhyira Asirifi said there was no one at the facility when he visited the facility. A resident told our reporter that, they have gathered information that, the facility would be be recommissioned for operations to start on March 15, 2018.
According to her, snakes are currently taking over the facility and if something is not done quickly about it, it will endanger the lives of residents.