July 31, 2013

The Member of Parliament for Prestea-Huni-Valley, Hon. Francis Adu-Blay has indicated government’s intention to complete various ongoing high-way projects as part of efforts to improve transportation in the area.

Speaking in an interview with GhanaMPs.gov.gh, Hon. Adu-Blay however noted that few, such as the Tarkwa –Bogoso high-way had already being awarded on contract with works on the said project expected to be completed soon.

According to the soft spoken MP plans are far advanced to get other “rough road networks” including the Tarkwa Junction,-Abooso-Damang road face lifted to ease transportation difficulties faced by commuters and motorists who ply the road.

He continued that residents of Prestea, Himan and Ankobra will also not be left out off the hook as efforts are being made to ensure that roads leading to these communities will soon be reconstructed to boost transportation.

In other related developments, the MP has donated two brand new ambulances to the Bogoso Health Directorate and Aboso Clinic to assist emergency health situation in the area.

He said the two vehicles which were procured through his own share of the National Health Insurance fund is expected to go a long way to eradicate instances where patients or accident victims are carried in taxis and other private vehicles when referred to other hospitals treatment.

The legislator however, stated that quality health care has been a major priority on his development ladder, adding that all was set to get health officials with the requisite equipment needed to enable them discharges their duty.

Emmanuel Frimpong Mensah/GhanaMPs.gov.gh