Bury political differences to enhance Devt - DCE
The District Chief Executive (DCE) of the Jaman North District, Mr Adane Ankomah has advised the people in his area to bury their political differences and rather work together as a unit to help achieve and foster development in the district.

Date Created : 3/27/2018 3:57:17 AM : Story Author : Yaw Boahen/Alice Abubakari/

The DCE said this when he broke grounds for the construction work to commence on a two semi-detached doctors quarters for Suma Presbyterian Health Center in the district.

The project is expected to be complete in a scheduled period of nine (9) months.

Speaking at the short ceremony, the DCE echoed government’s commitment to improve healthcare, especially in the rural communities.

He urged contractors of the project, R. Costab Company Limited to speed up work but should also ensure value for money.

On his part, Odeneho Dr. Afram Brempon II, the Omanhene of the Suma Traditional Council appealed to the DCE and the NPP Government to support his vision of establishing a branch of the University of Science in the community.

He lauded the DCE and Government for taken bold steps to complete the district’s maternity block project which was started by the previous NDC administration.