The people of Ghana have cried out to the government to fix the country and create a better living standards for all. As a government, there may be several plans to carry out in improving lives but may not materialize as quickly as expected due to certain hindrances being financial or material. As part of development of Accra and its environs, the government has fixed it in its agenda to redevelop Nima, a suburb of Accra but it is yet to be commenced.
The ministry of works and housing has urged myjoyonline and other media stakeholders, through a statement released today Monday 28th June 2021, to make necessary corrections to a story posted today. According to a document released by the ministry, it has taken notice of errors in the said message carried out by the media portals about an interview granted by the Minister of Works and Housing. In the interview, the minister made a remark about a development to be undertaken at Nima in Accra when asked about it. He clarified that the redevelopment project has not been started, even though it is still on government's agenda, due to an obstacle that has to do with engagement of the stakeholders in the area.
But it seems myjoyonline may have created the wrong impression of the minister's expression of the situation. Therefore the ministry of works and housing has come out to clarify the original statement of the minister and further called on all the media houses responsible to make the necessary corrections accordingly. The statement from the ministry is here below
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