It has been close to 5 years since the first phase of the Saglemi housing project was completed and after there was a change in government, the project seems to be abandoned since the current government has not yet assigned it to the public.
Some time ago, the government officials came out to say that the Saglemi housing project was full of corruption and the case was being taken to court and since then Ghanaian have not yet heard any new developments about the case or the project.
This evening, Kwame A-Plus who is a Ghanaian hiplife music and political activist posted a video of the abandoned project on his Instagram account, where the person recording the video said that he doesn't understand the reason why the system is not working, so that the citizens can move into the houses and he gives the government 3 weeks to respond or else he will charge the homeless Ghanaians to move in.
This raised a lot of comments from his fans as some of them ask whether, there is a system in place to check all these government properties being left abandoned.
What is your say on this abandoned project and what do you think should be done?
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