The Sefwi-Wiawso District Assembly has completed some development projects in the district over the last two years with District Common Fund and District Development Fund.
The District Chief Executive for the area, Mr Stephen Wilks Kofi Mensah, told the GNA in an interview that it had completed a three-unit meat shop valued at GH¢ 62,405.60 at Sefwi-Wiawso market.
He said the assembly had constructed two-storey chain of stores at the cost of GH¢270, 599.71 at Dwinase and supplied 500 pieces of mono desks and 500 dual desks worth GH¢46,200 to lower and upper primaries schools.
He said the assembly had completed a two-storey Community Health Nursing Training hostels valued at GH¢319, 086.21 at Asofa, completed a classroom block with stores, offices, staff common room, a library as well as a two unit pre-school classroom block with store, office and sleeping room worth GH¢38,210.24 at Wiase.
Other projects include the re-shaping of selected roads at Adiembra and other adjoining communities at the cost of GH¢28, 135.80, and a six-unit classroom block with ancillary facilities totalling GH¢149,252.46 he said.
Mr Mensah said last year the assembly rehabilitated the District Administrative Block at the cost of GH¢55,229.30 and constructed a guest house to help generate more funds.
With regard to addressing recreation concerns, Mr Mensah said the assembly rehabilitated a social centre at Sefwi-Wiawso at the cost of GH¢56,799.02.
He said “the assembly would continue to use resources entrusted to us judiciously to better the lives of the people in the District”.