Four buildings commissioned in Region Nine by gov’t

Three buildings were commissioned by Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Local Government Collin Croal and another by Minister of Local Government Ganga Persaud during a four-team visit to villages across the region, the Government Information Agency reported yesterday.

GINA said that Croal declared open the District Development Officer’s Quarter, and Doctor’s quarter in the Administrative compound in Karasabai Central, and the Sanitary Block at Tipuru Primary while Persaud opened the Sand Creek doctor’s quarter.

The doctor’s quarters at Sand Creek, Region Nine that was commissioned (GINA photo)
The doctor’s quarters at Sand Creek, Region Nine that was commissioned (GINA photo)

Croal called on officers at the commissioning of the District Development Officer’s Quarter to work harder and beyond the call of duty now that they are in a conducive environment. The building was constructed at a cost of $8.68M.

Croal speaking at the commissioning of the $3.59M Sanitary Block at Tipuru Primary School stated that 59 students will now be benefitting from the new facilities, GINA said.

At the opening of the $8.38M Doctor’s Quarters in Karasabai, Croal said residents will benefit from the services of

Tipuru Primary School lavatory facilities being commissioned (GINA photo)
Tipuru Primary School lavatory facilities being commissioned (GINA photo)

doctors stationed in the Region. The Sand Creek doctor’s quarters was built at a cost of over $8M, GINA added.

Permanent Secretary, of the Ministry of Local Government and Regional Development Collin Croal (right) and Patrick Atkinson, District Development Officer during the commissioning of the DDO’s Quarter at Karasabai
Permanent Secretary, of the Ministry of Local Government and Regional Development Collin Croal (right) and Patrick Atkinson, District Development Officer during the commissioning of the DDO’s Quarter at Karasabai
The Doctors’ Quarter at Karasabai (GINA photo)
The Doctors’ Quarter at Karasabai (GINA photo)

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