Minister assures completion of all major roads soon.
Good news for all citizens of the country! The Minister for Infrastructure has recently assured that all major roads in the country will be completed soon.
The Minister made this announcement after inspecting the ongoing works on various road projects across the country.
This news comes as a relief to the general public who have been facing immense inconvenience due to the traffic jams caused by incomplete roads and projects.
In this blog post, we take a look at the details of the Minister’s announcement and analyze the impact it will have on the citizens of the country.
The minister’s assurance
In a recent statement, the Minister for Infrastructure and Transport reassured citizens that all major roads in the country will be completed shortly. This assurance comes after months of delays, due to various issues such as weather, funding, and labour.
The Minister acknowledged the delays and said that the government was doing everything in its power to complete these roads as soon as possible.
The minister assured that the government has allocated significant funds to ensure that these projects are completed promptly, with resources and labour put in place to accelerate the completion process.
The minister also highlighted the importance of these roads to the economic development of the country and said that the completion of these roads will bring many benefits to people across the country.
Finally, the minister stated that the government is committed to ensuring that all major roads are completed on time and to a high standard so that citizens can enjoy improved access to jobs, healthcare, education, and other essential services.
The minister concluded by saying that this commitment would help promote economic growth and social stability across the country.
The timeline for completion
The Resident Engineer, Thomas David Arthur, assured that the Ofankor-Nsawam road repair project was on track and that it was “well ahead of schedule” by stating that it was nearly 80% complete.
Beach Project in La
Resident Engineer Bonne Acquah said the contractor was nearly finished with the second tier of the three-tier interchange at the Nungua Barrier, which represented 30% of the La Beach Road project, which runs from the Independence Arch at the Black Star Square in Accra through Osu, La, Teshie, and Nungua.
He said once completed, all that would remain would be the ramps that would enable road users to access the bridges.
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