The government of Ghana together with local banks in 2019 set aside $51 million to finance abandoned housing projects in the country. The 5,000 housing units were expected to cater for the low and middle-income earners in the country.
Infrastructure plays a key role in national development. It helps expand the production ability and capacity of a country. It creates increased opportunity for jobs and leads to increase in a country's wealth
Housing Deficit In Ghana has become a major problem in Ghana.Previous Governments Hasn’t been able to solve Ghana’s Housing Deficits .During the late Evans Atta Mills reign he promised to build over 5000 houses across the country,but this promises was not implemented.
The pressure has even become intense following a press conference by the NDC that 26 of these projects does not exist.Notable among them is the Ituma housing project in Shama District in the Western Region which according to Sammy Gyamfi the communications Director of the party nothing has been done there.
Fresh. News Monday went to the place and took some pictures to inform our readers to take their own decisions .Lands have been cleared with a concrete foundation.There was also a three bed room apartment which was about 70 percent complete .
It's an estate and apartments have already been built for workers.Our checks finds indicated that these houses started by former president Kuffours and it was continued by subsequent governments .
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