Each and everyday in Ghana, government initiate developmental projects in our various districts and regions which is set to be completed in few months time or few years.
However, most of these projects get stacked along the way of construction. These abandoned projects remains untouched for several years and even get damaged or it becomes.
This has become a major worry in the country as we do not know which project will be completed soon. An example is Ahafo Solid Waste Facility was commissioned to start construction in September 2020. As at now, the construction has been left untouched after the structure was half way completed.
It is really sad as a country to continue wasting resources in the country. Abandoned projects becomes outmoded and weak and the end, it needs to be destroyed for a new one.
Another uncompleted project is at Okomfo Anokye teaching Hospital where huge buildings need to be destroyed because it was abandoned for close to three decades.
It is very unfortunate and this must be solved with immediate effect.
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