The President of the Republic, His Excellency, Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo-Addo recently announced the government's intention of building a total of one hundred and eleven (111) Regional and District Hospitals across the nation. The main purpose of this initiative is not only to improve the quality of the nation's healthcare but to also provide accessibility to all Ghanaians who might need any sort of medical attention in the near future. This project being named by the President as Agenda 111 has taken over headlines since its announcement. There has been a section of Ghanaians hailing in full support of the project whiles others too are in strong opposition. Some believe it will only add up to the number of the many failed promises of the President.
The Member of Parliament for Assin Central under the ticket of the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP), Honorable Kennedy Ohene Agyapong has waded his voice into the initiative announced by the President. According to the outspoken and fearless lawmaker, the President should be very careful of the kind of people he will award contracts to under Agenda 111. According to Honorable Kennedy Agyapong, some supposed contractors have made up their minds to do everything under their power and will to sabotage this great initiative, hence the reason why he is raising a loud voice of caution to the President. The NPP Politician claims he has enough evidence to support his claims. He further warns the President to take his words seriously else risk being disgraced by the so-called unnamed saboteurs if and only if they succeed with their diabolical intentions and plans.
In an interview with the fearless politician on Oman FM's Boiling Point Political show, he said: "I am begging the President, Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo-Addo to be very vigilant with the Agenda 111 project. Open your eyes and ensure that any individual or group given a contract under this great initiative executes it in good faith, else you are doomed. Your good intentions and mindset for this project seem to be very different from those who have been awarded the contract. I have enough evidence upon evidence about my supposed allegations... If you are not vigilant, you will be disgraced by these contractors" he stated.
Even though the Assin Central lawmaker didn't mention any names of the alleged saboteurs, he did warn the President of the Republic to make sure they scrutinize all the people given contracts under Agenda 111 by checking their backgrounds and make sure the hospitals will be built within the stipulated schedule. Mr. Kennedy Agyapong said all that he wants is the success of the project so that Ghanaians will benefit from it. He believes if the President heed his counsel and put in the necessary effort to properly evaluate these contractors entrusted with the project, there will be nothing but success.
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