President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo is committed to developing the railway network in Ghana. Currently news broke on social media on how the government plan to increase the number of railway networks in Ghana
Photos of ongoing railway projects in Ghana as recent as May 2021 has shown that the president is on its toes working very hard to transform Ghana into a better place to live. The Railway Infrastructure is being revamped at a cost of $21.5 billion. This project is unmatched with any president's effort. Progress of works on the Tema - Mpakadan railway line have been selected and shared for your consumption.
From the way the work is on going, one can easy Akufo Addo's government has done marvelously and this is better way than any other method
From the above photos, the New Patriotic Party is poised at protecting its legacy while trying to create more accessible road network for all activities.
This good and developing railway network will enhance transportation of goods and services in the country and outside this country
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