The Minister of State in Charge of Public Procurement, Hon. Sarah Adwoa Safo, has expressed her satisfaction to the level of progress of the numerous ongoing projects in Dome-Kwabenya constituency.

She is very confident that the projects when completed will give the area a facelift and improve on the living standards of the people.

Hon. Safo, who is also the deputy Majority Leader and Member of Parliament (MP) for the area said she has had sleepless nights over the deplorable state of some major road networks and the lack of some social amenities in the constituency.

However, with the President’s commitment to developing the constituency, some financial resources have been allocated to reconstruct the deplorable road networks and also undertake some infrastructure projects to ease the troubling situation the people are going through, she added.

Projects that have been awarded, she noted, will soon be completed, assuring further that areas that are yet to see the contractor on site are being packaged and will soon be awarded to a contractor.

Hon. Safo made these observations when she inspected some ongoing roads and schools projects in her constituency on Monday.

The projects include two footbridges at the Burkina Adurowura, a six-unit classroom block, a library, an office and a storeroom at the MA Basic School at Abokobi, a Kindergarten at Old Ashongman, a bridge that will link the community to the Taifa roundabout as well as a six-unit classroom block at the Kwabenya SHS Community Day School.

The projects inspection was to enable the lawmaker ascertain the progress of work on those projects as well as to ascertain whether the contractors were on site working.

Hon. Safo commenting further said she is desirous to seeing Dome-Kwabenya constituency develop in all aspects and will do everything possible within her capacity to ensure that her goal is achieved.

She assured her constituents that the coming days are all but good news since there will be more developmental projects, including the rehabilitation of bad roads and provision of street lights to areas that lack them.