While the step to build 88 district hospitals under the Agenda 111 project is a laudable idea, President Akufo-Addo needs to be reminded that he has either promised or cut sod for other projects which are yet to see the light of day.
The Government has allocated $100 Million for the commencement of the Agenda 111 project. However, several projects have ended at the sod-cutting stage.
There are several promises President Akufo-Addo made to the people of Ghana as far as delivering infrastructural projects is concerned. Most of these projects are yet to be started.
In this article, the President is being reminded of 15 or more projects he has promised or gone ahead to cut sod but has failed to deliver. Some of these projects have not seen any development since the sod-cutting day.
How can Ghanaians trust you to build another 111 hospitals when the infrastructural projects you promised and cut sod for are left undone.
Below are some of these projects in the Ashanti Region…
- Kejetia Market Phase 2 Project (Sod cut)
- Bonakra In Land Port Continuation ( Sod Cut)
- Kumasi-Obiuasi railway (sod cut)
- Suame Interchange (Promise)
- Oforikrom Interchange (Promise)
- Bekwai Roundabout Interchange ( Promise)
- Uncompleted Sofoline Interchange (Promise)
- Uncompleted KNUST Teaching Hospital (Promise)
- Afari Military Hospital ( Promise)
- Maternity Block at Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital (Sod cut)
- Kumawu Hospital (Promise)
- Krofrom Market (Promise)
- Tanoso Dual-carriage road (Promise)
- Kumasi Conference Centre (Sod Cut)
- Major Ashanti Regional Roads
And several projects in various regions