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2023 is action year for road sector, says Amoako-Attah

Amoako-Attah said this when he led a team of engineers to inspect the progress of work on some major road projects in Accra

The Minister of Roads and Highways, Kwasi Amoako-Attah has declared 2023 as action year for the road sector, expressing his satisfaction with the standard and progress of work on some projects in the Greater Accra Region.

Amoako-Attah said this when he led a team of engineers to inspect the progress of work on some major road projects in Accra.

The first stop for the minister was at the School Junction to the Motorway road project. The road being constructed by Messrs Oswal Investment Ltd currently stands at 43% and is expected to be completed in June 2023.

The road leads to the new Olympic Size Stadium being built at Borteyman to host the 13th All Africa Games this year.

When completed, the project will also reduce travel time and improve safety for people moving from Ashale Botwe, School Junction, Nmai Dzorn, and Borteyman to the Motorway.

 

Fred Dzakpata

 

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