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NDC flag bearer for the 2020 presidential elections, John Dramani Mahama, has promised to complete all health projects abandoned by the NPP across the country.
The former president accused the Akufo-Addo-led administration of deliberately ignoring all health projects started during his tenure.
Mr. Mahama explained that his government could not finish these health facilities due to some inevitable reasons.
“We made a commitment that when grace smiles on us we will aggressively complete those abandoned health projects so that our people can have better access to health care.”
According to the former president, if Ghanaians give him the mandate again, he will not only complete theses abandoned medical facilities but ensure for operationalisation of same to the benefit of citizens.
He made the commitment at a meeting with the national executives of the Ghana Medical Association in Accra on Monday, October 21, 2019.
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Some health and medical facilities left to rot by the current government include the Euroget Six District Hospitals project each with 60-bed capacity - Tepa, Nsawkaw, Konongo, Madina, Salaga and Twifo Praso and the 120-bed Kumawu District Hospital and Adansi-Fomena District Hospital.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that the National Democratic Congress (NDC) is calling for the prosecution of some top NPP officials over the termination of the PDS (Power Distribution Services) deal.
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