NPP Results Fair: Infrastructural achievements of the Akufo-Addo-led government

NPP Results Fair: Infrastructural achievements of the Akufo-Addo-led government

The New Patriotic Party (NPP), under the leadership of President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, was sworn into power in January 2017 and since then, the party has boasted of some projects they have undertaken.

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According to Vice President, Dr. Mahamadu Bawumia, the government is not just building infrastructure but the NPP government is focused on building a nation

Bawumia revealed that the NPP initiated 17,334 infrastructural projects out of which it has completed 8,746 with the remaining 8,588 still underway.

He made this known at the Town Hall Meeting at the Ghana Academy of Arts and Sciences in Accra on Tuesday, August 18.

YEN.com.gh is, however, highlighting on some of the projects in the various sectors of the economy like health, education, just to mention a few.

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1. 4 State-of-the-art interchanges under construction

They are located at Tamale, Pokuase, Tema and Obetsebi Lamptey Circle

2. Agricultural infrastructural development

100 greenhouses completed and commissioned, 100 store/warehouses completed helping with storage of food

3. Irrigation

1Village 1 Dam.

Small earth dams and dugouts in communities with irrigation challenges

Pwalugu multipurpose dam. CAPACITY for 24,000 hectres of land. Upon completion, it will be the single largest infrastructural development in the Northern region since independence

4. Health Care

243 CHPS compounds completed and 186 still ongoing, 4 District hospitals completed

Maternity blocks 36 completed and 19 ongoing, 4 completed polyclinics with 3 more underway. 68 Staff accommodation completed, with 43 more underway. 1 theatre block construction underway.

Drone stations at Omeneko, Mampong, Vobsi, Sefwi Wiawso

Infectious disease centre. Built and commissioned within 100 days

National Ambulance service equipped with state of the art ambulances in every constituency

Also, Bawumia noted that 16 out of 20 inherited projects have been completed.

5. Water and Sanitation

612 boreholes constructed in various communities

250 boreholes constructed in Upper West Region

109,000 toilets built nationwide

5,000 communities cleared of open defecation

Market

Market sheds 276 completed, 174 almost completed

INDUSTRY

183 companies benefitting from 1D1F

1D1F EXISTING COMPANIES 48, ongoing 13

Housing

1209 housing projects initiated, 32 of it completed

2 public housing projects completed

Sports

68 projects undertaken. 12 completed

29 Astro turfs being built

Some community parks also constructed

Sea defence Projects

Ongoing projects in several communities

Completion of several others

Construction of 10 Landing sites

Airports

Tamale airport 30 percent complete

Sunyani Airport also seeing some work being done

Upgrade of Kumasi Airport

Railway

Rehabiltation of some railways

RAIL TRAINING SCHOOL IN SEKONDI

The building of railway university in Sekondi completed

Security

Sector well-equipped with logistics

Army, Police, Fire Service had some cars being delivered

Energy

Some solar panels constructed adding up to the national grid in electricity supply

Education

2, 699 projects in the education sector complete

Completed 29 E-blocks

Somanya university project inherited from Mahama and completed by Akufo-Addo

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In other news, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia has revealed that the Akufo-Addo led government has so far completed 16 health projects it inherited from the erstwhile Mahama government.

According to him, 30 ongoing projects in the health sector were inherited from the previous government, when the NPP assumed power.

Bawumia also noted that other health projects are also at various levels of completion.

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