BUNKPURUGU Y:Naa Abuba Nasinmong lauds govâ€™t for massive development
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The Paramount Chief of the Bimoba traditional area, Naa Alhaji Abuba Nasinmong has lauded the efforts of the NDC government in relation to the development strides pushed for the area in the past four years.
He said the NDC government has proven to be working for all as they have put in their manifesto, considering the massive development projects that have taken place across-board in the entire district since the NDC government assumed administration of the country.
Naa Abuba Nasinmong highlighted this when he assembled all the sub-Chiefs under his paramountcy to inform them of a brand new pick up vehicle presented to him by President John Dramani Mahama.
He noted that President John Mahama although young, has enthusiastic leadership style which is attracting almost every Ghanaian to the party in government.
Naa Abuba Nasinmong touted the enormous developmental gains secured for the people by the government, which includes upgrading of the two senior secondary schools into boarding, the construction of the Small Town water system, the construction of the Binde-Bunkpurugu road which is still ongoing, the distribution of Laptops to school children and the creation of a new constituency.
The others are provision of street lights, the reopening of the Binde Hospital, the re-construction of the District Assembly complex, the construction of a new GES office Complex , the awarding of all the major feeders roads which is yet to begin work and the provision of a radio station in the district .
The chief disclosed that, there were several other significant projects which he could not mention, but said all this development projects is what he believes they as chiefs would look into and throw their support to a government or a political party worthy of managing the affairs of the country.
He therefore stressed that the vehicle was meant for all of them and purposely to facilitate development in the area, saying that any time the need comes for them to use, they should feel free and request for it.
David Zamana/Jonathan Adjei/Ghanadistricts.com