88 District Hospitals to be completed in 18 months – Akufo-Addo discloses

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Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo the President has revealed that the 88 district health centers under the government’s Agenda 111 planned project will be accomplished in on and half year from today.

This suggests that the health centers will be accomplished by February 2023 instead of August 2022.
“All the health centers are to be accomplished in 18 months. Work will begin on the regional and the other hospital in the later parts of this particular year”, he added at the cutting of the sod for the beginning of the project in the Ashanti Region.
This however argues the earlier revelation made by the president which had been reiterated by government communicators including Kojo Oppong Nkrumah, the Information Minister.
For example, the president revealed the hospitals were going to be completed within one year when he first claimed the project on April 26, 2020, during the 8th Covid-19 address.
He repeated the same position when he spoke to the BONABOTO youth group in May 2020 in the Upper East Region.
“We plan on Agenda 88; God willing everything will be okay for us to start in July. We are hoping that by the end of June, all the arrangements that need to be done might have been accomplished so that by the end of July, we commence it. I want to make sure that within a year, all of those projects will be complete,” he added.
The same position was repeated by Minister for Information, Kojo Oppong Nkrumah, when he addressed the press on Sunday, August 15 ahead of the sod cutting.
However, the president at the sod-cut

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