Work will commence on uncompleted health projects very soon – Jaman North MP hints
The member of Parliament for Jaman north constituency in the Bono region, Honourable Ahenkwaa Yaw Frederick has indicated that all pending health projects initiated under his mandate funded by Health Insurance Funds will commence construction very soon since a quarter of the health insurance funds have been released to their coffers.
The member of Parliament during his electioneering campaigns promised to facilitate the infrastructural development of the district by ensuring that all funds he receives are put into the construction of infrastructural projects to alleviate poverty and hardship from his constituents indicating that his share of common Funds will be channelled into the construction of schools and other social amenities, Health Insurance Fund for health-related projects and GETFund for other educational related issues.
Speaking in an interview with Yankee Fm morning show host Odiakopa Afram Denkyerahene, the member of parliament denoted that government has released a quarter of the Health Insurance funds hence all uncompleted projects initiated will be revisited for completion with other new projects being initiated in other communities in the district upon request from Nananom.
He stressed that apart from the construction of CHPs Compound, the Health Insurance funds will be used for other health related issues like the construction of water projects, toilet facilities and others hence he will engage his council of elders to deliberate on the community to benefit from the released funds apart from the existing communities and projects underway.
The Member of Parliament when asked to applaud the president for releasing the funds in this difficult economic times said the president doesn’t deserve any appreciation because he has delayed the payment of the funds for longer periods which is obligatory in the Constitution to be paid on time.
He explained that all the funds paid to the various MMDAs is enshrined in the Constitution of the country as statutory payments hence it is obligatory for the President to release the funds on time so as to cushion the assemblies in developmental projects denoting that Ghanaians must come together to fight against the poor governance of Akuffo Addo and the NPP government to ensure relieve for the country.
He pleaded with the majority group in Parliament to support the minority group to release the finance minister off post by vote of censure to replace him with competent minister who can handle the financial affairs of the country to victory.