The managing director of the states and housing Mr Kwabena Ampofo Appiah speaking on Angel Tv had made claims that the ministry of states and housing are planning on building at least 400 houses in every district.
According to him, their aim is to move development to othere areas of the country and not just Accra and Kumasi. He added that these 400 buildings will be built in an area to form a community and it will be accompanied with markets and hospitals so that people who will be leaving there will get easy access to hospital and markets
He mentioned that very soon they are going to start an estate at Kumasi Ahodwo Daaban with a land over 200 acres already secured for the project. When asked if the houses under their ministry are expensive, he said...
Houses under their ministry are cheaper than those under private estates and their quality are also incomparable. He said the least price is around $90,000 whereas the expensive ones are in the region of little over $200,000 ( four bedroom apartments).
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