Mr. Simon Kweku Tetteh, Municipal Chief Executive (MCE) for Lower Manya Krobo Municipality on Tuesday 2nd July, 2019 hosted a high powered delegation from the Middle belt Development Authority (MBDA) from the Ministry of Special Initiatives who were on monitoring tour.
The visiting delegation from MBDA was led by the Deputy CEO, Mrs. Joyce Opoku Boateng and other key personnel from the consulting firm in charge of the projects.
The ongoing project sites they visited during the monitoring tour were the fair share projects of the Lower Manya Krobo Municipality under the 1 million 1 Constituency special initiative.
The Lower Manya Krobo Municipality is currently having 4 Mechanised Solar powered boreholes with Overhead Poly tanks projects at Oborpah East, Yonguase, Wawase and the New campus of the Nursing and Midwifery Training College, Odumase-Krobo all at different levels of completion.
4 institutional toilet facilities all with mechanised borehole facilities at Makrosec, Nuaso Presby JHS, Manya Kpongunor Presby JHS and Akuse Methodist Tech SHS also all at different level of completion.
The Agormanya Market expansion project which will commenced soon as hinted by the MCE, all the documentation and grounds arrangement works have been completed successfully as part of the Lower Manya Krobo Municipality’s fair share of development projects under the 1 million 1 Constituency development initiative by the ruling New Patriotic Party.
Mrs. Agnes Nanor, Headmistress of Makrosec, beneficiaries of one of the modern institutional toilet facility used the opportunity to expressed her heart felt appreciation to the MCE and the ruling government for the several projects directed to her school as she also appeals to government through the Ministry of Special initiative for more developmental projects to successfully accommodate the almost 3,000 students population of Makrosec.
The leader of the visiting delegation applauded the contractors working in the Lower Manya Krobo Municipality saying they are doing great works as compared to the other areas she and her team visited in the Eastern Region.
She assured them that the payment issues will be resolved soon.