The Municipal Chief Executive (MCE) of Kasoa, Michael Yaw Ashman Mensah, has outlined some projects currently underway in his municipality.
The MCE is an interview on Frontline on Rainbow Radio 87.5Fm said the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP), has achieved a lot since they took over office from the incompetent National Democratic Congress (NDC).
According to him, the ongoing flyover project is about 90 percent complete.
The NPP he noted is a party that develops strong bond and relationship with the residents and voters because projects may not necessarily give the party votes.
The municipality he said will soon erect road signs to help maintain discipline in the area.
Mr Mensah said the focus of the patry is to make Kasoa the business hub of Ghana.
Government has also taken steps to have a fire station and the fire officers have received fire tenders to help them work efficiently in the municipality, he said.
He also mentioned an ambulance post, street lighting projects and repair of some poor roads, in the area with some contracts awarded including Citidia, Blue Roads communities among others.
Touching also on the government’s one million per constituency project, he explained that the one million dollar per constituency money are being used for specific projects under the IPEP to address certain needs of the constituencies.
Under IPEP, each of the 275 constituencies was allocated the cedi equivalent of US1million dollars to be invested in infrastructure.
He hinted of the commissioning of a multi-purpose durbar grounds for the Chief and People of Awutu Senya East constituency at Ofankor under the project.
In addition, the community also gets to benefit from a bridge under construction at Yehowa Adom electoral area on the Asempa Down road which will create a well spaced out road for the safety and convenience of residents living around the area, he said.
The project, forms part of the IPEP (Infrastructure for Poverty Eradication Program) implemented by the Coastal Development Authority under the Ministry of Special Development Initiatives.
This forms part of the bottom-up approach from the community needs assessment programs under the one (1) million per Constituency promise made by the President Nana Addo during the 2016 campaign.
The constituency is benefiting from the projects under the first part of the IPEP implementation program, where the ministry is constructing 1000 Solar-powered mechanized boreholes with submissive pump water facilities across the country under the Water For All program, there is also the construction of another 1000 institutionalized 10- seater toilet facility with solar-powered mechanized borehole and a bio-digester which is meant to automatically convert the toilet waste to gas for domestic use under the Sanitation For All program.