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A dangerous building has been spotted at Ashaley Botwe in Accra. It is a 6 storey building; intending to be in the form of a skyscraper. Citizens living in the area have said that they have been warned by some engineers who pass by that the building will one day collapse on them.
The director of operations at NADMO has said that they spoke with the EPA authorities and Assembly leaders. They both confirmed that they have not granted permit to the owner of the building nor has the owner applied for a permit. The area is actually a water logged area, therefore the AMA wrote on the building to stop the construction. But the builders cleaned the warning with mortar and continued with the work.
The EPA boss Mr. Henry Kwabena Kokofu, speaking with AdomFm midday news said he has met with owner of the building and instructed him to stop. However he will speak stakeholders involved in housing and buildings, and if the outcome is to bring down the building, they will do so.
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