July 24, 2024

The Paramount Chief of the Dwan Traditional Area in the Sene West District, Nana Okofrobour Awase Afura III, together with the Minister of Roads and Highways, Hon. Francis Asenso-Boakye, have inspected the ongoing construction of the Atebubu-Kwame Danso road.

The inspection, which took place last Monday, July 8, 2024 was part of Hon. Francis Asenso-Boakye’s one-day working visit to the Bono East Region and the entourage included representatives from Wiase Traditional Council, Tribal Chiefs, Local Council of Churches, GPRTU and the District Chief Executive of Sene West, John Nyarba.

The Kwame Danso-Atebubu road is a vital infrastructure project that will greatly benefit the local community and improve connectivity in the region. The Paramount Chief’s visit is a testament to the importance of the project and the commitment of the local authorities to ensuring its successful completion.

Hon. Asenso-Boakye, during his visit stressed on the government’s commitment in fixing the stretch linking Atebubu to Kwame Danso.

Adu Kwadwo Joseph, the Spokesperson of Dwanwura, Nana Okofrobour Awase Afura III, thanked the government for coming to their rescue by working on the road.

On Behalf of Dwanwura, Adu Kwadwo Joseph, thanked the contractors for their good work and encouraged them to continue with the pace they have started.

“We can all attest to the good works that you are doing, we learnt the you are supposed to finish this project within two years but we have seen that you guys are really doing a good work and for that we are grateful.

“The construction of this particular road is very dear to us, we have been writing to successive governments to help construct the road for us but it is under this government that our dreams are being fulfilled, so Nana says he thank His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo-Addo, the Vice President, Dr. Alhaji Mahamudu Bawumai, the Middle Belt C.E.O,  Hon. Joseph Kumah-Mackay and the DCE.

“As you said, you will be doing a very good work in terms of the road construction, Nana said he believes in your capabilities and therefore looks forward to completing the road on time to help ease the burden His people have been going through.” Adu Kwadwo Joseph

The Construction Manager (CM) of Resources Access Limited (RAL), the company in charge of the road construction, Engineer Kelly highlighted the progress made and explained the nature of the road being worked on.

“This shows how important the road is to you and your people, we promise to deliver a good job to improve the life of the people of Sene west and beyond.

“We all know the project started a few month ago, it is a two year project and out of that we have done almost 8.5km, we have done up to formation and formation means we are ready to receive the sub-base so typically the road is almost getting to form and we want to bring the 8.5km to sub-base level.

“From Atebubu to the district capital where the road was very bad, it’s about 34km and out of that we have done 8.5km in less than a month, we are committed to making sure that this road is brought to the state of the art that can be compared to any road in Ghana or in the world.” He told the media.

Engineer Kelly, pleaded with Nananom and the relevant stakeholders, to advice drivers using the stretch to reduce their speed when approaching the construction zone

“We have two requests to His Royal Majesty and the MCE, the rate at which your vehicles speed here is too much so we will be glad if you could tell them that when they are approaching the construction zone, they should slow down.” Engineer Kelly appealed.

Source: Elvisanokyenews.com

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