A civil society group calling itself the Network for Accountable Governance have expressed satisfaction with developmental projects in the Weija Gbawe Municipality.
The group whose main purpose is to monitor government projects that have stalled in the various municipalities indicated their preparedness to push for the greater good of the people Weija Gbawe.
“Our duty is to monitor government projects in the Weija Electoral area and we are doing this to put pressure on the assembly and government to finish various projects that have stalled,” Solomon Antwi Boasiako, leader of the group said.
Speaking to Citi News after monitoring some road projects in the Weija Gbawe Municipality, Solomon Antwi Boasiako indicated that an interphase meeting will be arranged between the assembly and the various contractors where they will present their finding and the necessary recommendations to the assembly.
The team toured some road projects currently ongoing in the Weija Gbawe Municipality and they include the 2.4-kilometre Gonse road as well as the 2.4-kilometre Gbawe Top base road project which includes drainage system as well as the Lafa bridge.
“For now we are convinced that the assembly is working hard to complete the various road projects in the Municipality although some Contractors had challenges with the constant rains which has prevented them from working we are sure they will complete the various projects on time,” Antwi Boasiako said.
Antwi Boasiako was optimistic that their recommendation to the assembly will be adhered to ensure that the various projects are completed.