MCE sensitized stakeholders on the second phase of GSCSP
In order to ensure a free flow of development and avoid tensions during this election period, the Municipal Chief Executive for the New Juaben South, Isaac Appaw-Gyasi has sensitized the chiefs and people of New Juaben.
Date Created : 9/16/2020 2:50:53 AM : Story Author : Collins Aikins Akuffo/Ghanadistricts.com
The engagement covers particularly traders around the enclave of Koforidua Jackson’s Park pending the Assembly’s readiness to redevelop the park to suit Municipal Status.
The project which is the second phase of the Ghana Secondary Cities Support Project (GSCSP) and founded by the World Bank is expected to serve the following purpose; funeral and ceremonial grounds, volley, tennis, and netball court, restaurants, offices, stores among others.
The Municipality is currently benefiting from the first phase of GSCSP dubbed “Nsukwao Basic Drainage Development Project” which afterward, the municipality is to benefit for the second phase under the same project.
The project which was launched on 7th May 2019 in Koforidua was aimed at curbing the Juaben Development Management and service delivery.
Interacting with the people, the MCE cautioned the people to collaborate with the Assembly so to ensure the development of Koforidua and its environs.