The member of parliament for Hohoe constituency Peter John Amewu yesterday warmly received Mr. Vincent Dabilgou, Minister for Transport, safety and Urban mobility (Burkina Faso) and delegation to Accra, the purpose of their visit is to take part in Today's meeting with the Pre qualified bidders for the Ghana-Burkina Faso Railway interconnectivity project.
Immediately after their arrival, the minister and his people had a meeting to update Mr. Dabilgou and team on progress made on the project since his last working visit to Burkina Faso.
Peter Amewu explained to him how he has been on top of the game when it comes to railway development
He also explained to him that H.E Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo's vision to transform Ghana's Railway sector is duly on course and this Intercontinental line when completed would boost economic trade with Burkina Faso and other landlocked countries in West Africa.
This is a big push for the two countries to help easy movement of goods and services to and from both countries
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