- President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo as commissioned 146 completed rural water systems in the Central Region
- The construction of each of the 146 water systems, commenced in 2017, with US$47.5 million
- It is expected that 154,826 people would be served with pipe-borne water in these communities
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President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo as commissioned 146 completed rural water systems in the Central Region.
In a post sighted on YEN.com.gh, the President stated that the construction of each of the 146 water systems, commenced in 2017, with a US$47.5 million credit facility from the World Bank.
The beneficiary municipal and district assemblies are Awutu Senya West, Ajumako-Enyan-Essiam, Assin South, Asikuma-Odoben-Brakwa, Gomoa West, Abura-Asebu-Kwamankese, Mfantseman, and Agona West.
According to the president, 154,826 people would be served with pipe-borne water in these communities.
Ghanaians have however flooded the post with their comments and suggestions
@Worlanyo Gbenya believes a smaller budget would have reduced the pressure on the public purse.
Woww! This will certainly alleviate the plight of beneficiary communities. But how about a little above $310, 000 spent on average or for just one of these? This may not be saving the public purse
@Ike Godson believes the project would have an overwhelming impact
Very enormous project with overwhelming potential impact. Well done Ghana government.
@Thundyrock Akosa Berko believes the money used for the commissioning sould be used for another project
The money spent for commissioning such projects could be used to facilitate another.
In other news, even though the running mate for the National Democratic Congress in the upcoming December 2020 polls has not been announced, John Mahama has announced he has received the 2020 election manifesto.
According to him, the manifesto represents the NDC and the social contract of the good people of Ghana.
"We want a Ghanaian election, not a West African Election" – Akufo-Addo | #Yencomgh
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