The project, which was estimated at a cost $84 million, was jointly funded by the African Development Bank (AfDB) and the Ghana government.
Though, it was projected to be completed by April 2020, unforseen contingencies such as the COVID-19 pandemic affected the duration of the project.
Part of the Interchange has already been opened to traffic some months back, however the official commissioning of the project took place today, 9th July 2021 as the President announced.
The Interchange is now wholly and officially opened to traffic.
The ceremony saw dignitaries from the government, GA traditional chiefs, and some invited clergymen.
Also present was the current Greater Accra Regional Minister, Henry Quatey.
Madame Akua Donkoh was also there to grace the occasion.
The man who is trying his best to bring a whole new phase to sanitize and beautify the capital city of Ghana.
Contrary to expectations, a lot of Ghanaians trooped to the place to witness the ceremony.
One would have thought that, per the current happenings, ie Killings, broad daylight armed robbery, fixthecountry Saga, that has gotten many Ghanaians enraged with the incumbent government, especially president Nana Addo, Ghanaians would care less about any event of that nature.
Below are some of the pictures from the ceremony:
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