Kwahu Easter: Mahama expresses worry over abandoned Abetifi hospital project.


The flag bearer of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), John Mahama has expressed worry over how this current administration has abandoned Abetifi Hospital project in the Eastern region.

According to him, the move by this government to abandon the project is a waste of government funds and denies the people access to quality healthcare.

“I had a great time at the NDC Kwahu Easter 24-hour walk earlier today, Easter Sunday. Seeing the community and thousands of people coming together for a great cause was beautiful.

“Addressing the crowd, I reiterated the National Democratic Congress (NDC) commitment to developing all regions and communities without discrimination. We have always ensured that the people of Kwahu continue to benefit from various projects, including education, roads, and healthcare,” the NDC leader stated in a Facebook post.

He continued: “I expressed my deep concern about the Abetifi hospital project, which we started and was almost completed but remains abandoned nearly eight years after the NPP came into government. This is a waste of government funds and denies the people access to quality healthcare.”

The former President also reiterated his commitment to solving the youth unemployment situation in the country.

“I also reiterated my promise to create a ministry dedicated to the youth, separated from Sports, and focused on creating an environment that will guarantee well-paying and decent jobs and youth development.

“The NDC stands for progress, equality, and inclusion, and together, we can make a real difference in the lives of our fellow Ghanaians. Let’s continue to walk together, support each other, and build a brighter, more prosperous Ghana for all.

“Thank you for your commitment and passion. I enjoyed the walk.  Happy Easter to you all!”

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