At a short ceremony to the hand of the keys to the agencies the MP who funded the facilities, expressed his gratitude to God and the contractor for a good job done, he was happy with the quality of work and the level of efficiency of the contractor.
Mr Obeng-Boateng, however, bemoaned the situation where certain elected officers such as MPs, Assembly members and the head of state were not spending officers.
He said the inability of such officers to access enough funds from the government coffers hampered progress and development and called for the review of the 1992 constitution to address some of these problems.
Mr Obeng-Boateng indicated that many of the projects he funded in the Constituency were geared toward human resource development and that human resource was the most asset to the planet earth, hence “his interest in touching lives through payment of hospital bills, school fees, apprenticeship programmes, employment opportunities among others”.
He urged the beneficiaries of the facility to maintain them to prolong their life span.
Mr Peter Kumi, the Head of Audit Service in Bibiani-Anhwiaso-Bekwai Municipality expressed his profound gratitude to the MP for the gesture and pleaded with him to streamline things for Community Water and Sanitation Agency in Bibiani for it to function effectively.
The Member of Parliament, since his assumption of office, has toured all Government Departments and Agencies in Bibiani, the Municipal Capital, to introduce himself to them and have first-hand information about their activities and challenges.
It was during such tours that beneficiary agencies requested toilet facilities.