The Upper West Regional Minister, Dr. Hafiz Bin Salih together with the Member of Parliament for Nandom Constituency and Minister for The Interior, Hon. Ambrose Dery have visited the Office of the Minister for Works and Housing Hon Francis Asenso-Boakye to discuss issues regarding the abandoned affordable housing project located in the Upper West Region. The Project started in 2007 in Siiriyiri, a suburb of Wa West District of the Upper West Region but has since between left to the mercy of the weather.
The Minister Assured his colleague Dr. Bin Salih Hafiz of his support in order to complete the government project.
"This morning, together with the Minister for the Interior, Hon Ambrose Dery we visited the Minister for Works and Housing, Hon Francis Asenso-Boakye in his office. We appealed to the minister to ensure that work on the Affordable Housing Project in Wa is reactivated. Work on the project which started in 2007 has stalled. The Works and Housing Minister indicated that he was in talks with the Finance Minister for the necessary funding to be provided by government for the execution of the project."
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