Hearts of Oak is expected to start the development of another office complex that would befit the situation with the club.
Before the venture initiates, the executives of the club are expecting to finish the Pobiman project on schedule to move the current staff there for work to start.
Togbe Afede said the course the current board needs to move the club necessitated that they have a befitting structure that would get income as well as upgrade the picture of the club.
"The improvement of Pobiman is a necessary piece of our system to assemble framework that will uphold our vision. Also, we'd anticipated that Pobiman should be finished before the finish of a year ago however for Coronavirus disturbances.
"We'd thought from the very beginning that once Pobiman was constructed we'll not need all the staff we have now at the secretariat in light of the fact that a large portion of the club exercises will be focused at Pobiman. That is the reason we had felt that once the constructions are finished secretariat staff would move to Pobiman.
"Where we are currently (secretariat) we are situated on extremely prime land. Land from which the club can determine more advantage than it's taking today. In this way, part of the designs for building Pobiman is to have the option to send a large portion of the secretariat staff to Pobiman and we expect now to do that straightaway to clear route for the redevelopment of our administrative center structure.
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