Streets Minister guides architects to fix Medie-Nsawam street
Priest for Roads and Highways, Kwesi Amoako Atta
Streets and Highways Minister, Kwasi Amoako-Atta, has coordinated Maripoma Limited, a designing organization developing the Accra-Kumasi street to finish a significant sectional fix of the Medie-Nsawam stretch and open it to traffic inside a fourteen day time frame.
Upon culmination, the single-path stretch would be extended to a double carriageway and help ease gridlock out and about during and after the Christmas celebrations.
The Minister gave the order during a review of the advancement of the venture.
"What I am letting you know isn't an allure. It's an exact mandate that I'm giving you. Make a game plan to work day and night on the grounds that between now to Christmas, we will have hefty traffic on our streets and bothers should be insignificant however much as could reasonably be expected for drivers," he said.
Mr Amoako-Atta said the Accra-Kumasi street was a focal hall that passed on drivers to various pieces of the nation.
He, consequently, entrusted the designers to accelerate with the fixes on the administration streets, to speak to the score part of the primary double carriage venture.
The Minister emphasized: "I realize you are fit and have the proficiency to function as you won the agreement based on capability. I need to see significant work going on; I mean genuine activity on the ground."
Mr Ahmed Saeed, the Lead Engineer working, gave an affirmation that they planned to regard to the order of the Minister and convey true to form.
Be that as it may, he begged the Minister to get them a "option to proceed" to work all together not to slow the advancement of their work
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