Mehame Clinic left to rot in the bush after Commissioning
A clinic built-in 2016 for residents of Mehame in the Asutifi South District in the Ahafo Region has been left to rot in the bush
A clinic built-in 2016 for over 5,000 residents of Mehame, a farming community in the Asutifi South District in the Ahafo Region has been left to rot in the bush.
Despite health facility in the community, the Mehame residents have to be transported on a motorcycle to Goaso or Hwidiem to access healthcare.
Soiree news reporter, Sulley Dramani, who visited Mehame, following several complaints by the indigenes saw the health facility being locked and left in the bush.
Speaking to Mr. Osman Kofi Kusi Assemblyman for the electoral area he said, the project which started in 2016 under the NDC was completed and commissioned by NPP in November last year but no single health personnel has been posted there.
While the facility has been left in the bush for some time now, thieves have broken and ransacking it.
The Mehame residents are, therefore, appealing to the government of Ghana to make the clinic operationalized as soon as possible.
Sulley Dramani’, Ahafo Region