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NPP will initiate ‘One District, One-Hospital’ policy – Bawumia

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Vice President Dr. Muhamudu Bawumia has indicated that, the Akufo-Addo-led administration will introduce a One District One Hospital policy in its next administration when voted for to continue with its mandate in the December polls.

According to him the move is to extend quality healthcare delivery to all districts across the country.

Dr.Bawumia made this known at a durbar of chief and people at Atobiase in the Wassa East District of the Western Region as part of his two-day working visit of the Region.

“Nana, you know Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo is always thinking about how the citizenry will be better of in every sphere of their lives. One critical need is health care. So the new thing Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo and his government will do is to give each district a modern hospital,So we are going to introduce One District One Hospital,” the Vice President said to a thunderous cheers from the durbar ground”

He pointed out that the One District One Factory,Free Senior High School, the School Feeding programme are the achievements of the New Patriotic Party and has helped the ordinary Ghanaian.

He asked the people of Atobiase what the National Democratic Congress (NDC) has done  to change their lives during their eight-year tenure.

“Gone are the days where our mothers will have to sell their clothes and other valuables to pay their ward’s school fees. Now they can face each academic term or year without any shred of worry,” He said

Responding to a request from the acting Chief of Atobiase, Nana Otua Mensah, the Vice President assured that there will be a Senior High School for the community.

“There will be a senior high school in the district and  network will also be extended to Atobiase as part of government’s network expansion project.”

Talksafrica.com

Written by EDITORIAL STAFF

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