John Mahama Laments On Neglect Of Abetifi Hospital and Other Projects
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The National Democratic Congress (NDC) flagbearer and former president of Ghana, John Mahama, has expressed concern about projects that have been abandoned as a result of the change of government.
Former President John Mahama said that governments are bound to carry on programs started by their predecessors.
According to him, the government that assumed office after 2016 refused to resume work on most of the projects that the previous government had undertaken.
Hospitals, schools, and roads are among the initiatives that John Mahama mentioned in his presentation. He shed more details on the Abetifi hospital, which he claims “cries out for completion and continuance.”
As part of his thank-you tour of the region, he visited the Eastern Regional House of Chiefs to address challenges in the region.
He also expressed his gratitude for the completion of the Somaya hospital, advising that it be put into service as soon as possible. John Mahama also states that the present government has halted numerous projects started by his administration pending an audit, but that nothing has been done about it.
Former President John Mahama once again drawn attention to a number of secondary schools that have been built but not yet used. He advised that the government take care of everything in order to lower the high number of students enrolled in the red, gold, and green track systems.
John Mahama marked the 3rd phase of his thank you today as a result of the peaceful election held.