Bibiani MCE embarks on massive developmental projects

The Municipal Chief Executive for Bibiani Anhwiaso Bekwai Municipality in the Western North region, Hon. Alfred Amoah came under serious criticism over inadequate developmental projects in the Bibiani Township and other areas within the enclaves.

The MCE seems to shame critiques whilst embarking on the construction of several roads projects including, Bibiani Estate roads, Compound inner roads, Pataboaso to Kunkumso roads, Chirano to Kunkumso roads, Merewa, Asawinso roads, Kojina to Akoti/Etwebo roads and many others.

This news portal whilst touring some of the areas mentioned above noticed massive changes on the roads.

The MCE whilst speaking to this portal noted his seriousness to develop the municipality despite hindrances and naysayers.

“I am ready to help my people, let’s come together as one, I think we have individual roles to play as far as development is concern”, he said.

Hon. Alfred Amoah added that Ghanaians should embrace the good jobs of the NPP government and rally behind them to developing the country.

He disclosed that the youth must make good use of the government interventions such as NABCO, NYEA, Afforestation and others.

“To fight poverty, the NPP government has introduced several social interventions, I want to take this medium to urge the youth of this country to make judicious use of the opportunities given them, they should also upgrade themselves to be competitive in the world market”, he emphasized.

Hon. Amoah applauded the government for the introduction of the scholarship scheme to support the brilliant but needy ones in the societies.

“The scholarship by this government has helped parents and guidance, seriously, people who had difficulties to further their education in the universities now have the opportunity to enrol, I believe this has helped the system a lot”, he concluded.


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