President John Mahama yesterday cut sod at Weta in the Ketu North District of the Volta Region of Ghana for the construction of five new ultra-modern District hospitals across Ghana.
Speaking at the ceremony, President Mahama assured chiefs and people of Weta that funding for the projects has already been secured.
"Parliament has already approved the financing for this hospital project and the contractors are now ready to begin work, the chiefs and people of Weta and surrounding areas in the Ketu North District can now begin a count down towards an ultra-modern medical facility to serve the people in this area.”
According to President Mahama, aside the Weta District hospital, four others are also under construction in Somanya, Buipe, Tolon and Sawla Tuna Kalba Districts.
President Mahama articulated his gratefulness to the people of the Volta region for supporting his administration and guaranteed that he will return to show his gratitude well enough.