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Ejura NHIA to get ultra-modern office complex

The Chief of Ejura Divisional Council, Barimah Osei Hwedie II , has cut the sod for the construction of a new office complex for the National Health Insurance Authority (NHIA) in the Ejura-Sekyeredumasi Municipality.

The building according to the chief, was to help bring NHIA services closer to the poeple while providing quality health care delivery and jobs for   residents at the same time.

Ground breaking event

The Kontihene of Ejura Divisional Council, Odiasempa Antwi, led the contractors, chiefs, officials of the NHIA, and other stakeholders to cut sod for the project on behalf of the Ejurahene, Barimah Osei Hwedie II, on Monday, June 17, 2024.

Odiasempa Antwi during the sod-cutting ceremony commended the government and the NHIA for thier efforts in providing health insurance services to the people.

He expressed his excitement about the new office and assured the contractor that the Divisional Council, led by Ejurahene Barimah Osei Hwedie II, will provide all the necessary support for the swift completion of the project.

Ejurahene’s Contribution

The Gyaasehene for Ejura Divisional Council, Nana Agyei Abotare, highlighted the Ejurahene’s contribution, revealing that the renowned chief did not only initiate the project but also provided free land to the government for the office complex.

Project Completion

The chief’s however encouraged the contractor to complete the project on time and assured the edifice is constructed to meet the required standards.

The noted that, the traditional council will always follow up to the project and ensure the contractor is working within the time frame.

About the Project

The Site Manager for 3M Enterprise, the construction firm in charge of the project, Mr. Owusu, revealed that, the structure will have five offices, six washrooms with two dedicated for physically challenged persons.

He revealed that, all materials needed for the project are readily available.

 He noted that the firm was given eight months to complete the edifice but assured they will be done by six months.

He expressed his gratitude to the chiefs and residents of Ejura for welcoming the firm with open arms and called for continued support to ensure the smooth completion of the project.

Source: Ghana/otecfmghana.com/Jacob Agyenim Boateng

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