…Calls For More Votes And Cuts Sod For Construction Of New Solid Waste Treatment Facility
As part of government’s efforts at tackling sanitation issues in the country, it continues to support the construction of waste treatment plants across the country.
The latest is the reconstruction of the Tema Sewer network and the construction of a waste water and solid waste treatment plants in Tema and Ashaiman.
The two state-of-the-art facilities are a collaboration among the government of Ghana and Jospong Group of Companies (JGC) with its partners, Komptech.
While the waste plant is expected to be completed within four months, the construction of the stadium will begin immediately after the completion of the former.
The projects which is being undertaken by the Jospong Group will see the reconstruction of the Sewerage network in Tema to help tackle the disposal of household waste from the only planned city in West Africa.
It will also see to the construction of two plants at Tema and Ashaiman to treat waste water and solid waste respectively.
The project will among other things provide over 1700 jobs during construction and 500 permanent jobs after construction.
It will also help raise revenue for development as more residents and businesses will be willing to hook up to the system and also pay for the services rendered.
Aside that the composting plant attached will help in producing compost for agricultural purposes.
The two projects will help in the clean Ghana policy of the government as solid waste which has become a big issue for the various assemblies will be tackled through recycling which the plant will be doing.
Waste water will also be recycled and reused for various purposes including agriculture and a host of others.
Also, the President visited Kasoa where has appealed to the Ghanaian electorate to repose their confidence in him, once again, and vote massively for him in the December 2020 elections.
Addressing the congregation of the Resurrection Power New Generation Church, on Sunday at the commencement of his 4-day tour of the Greater Accra Region, President Akufo-Addo stated that “all that I promised to do, in your own presence and in the presence of God, you can all attest to it that I have done a lot of them.”
President Akufo-Addo reiterated to the gathering that “what we have achieved, in the areas of education, health, employment, agriculture and all the others represent a solid foundation we have laid in Ghana for growth and development in the country. I am, therefore, pleading with you that we should move forward and not backwards so that in unity we can move Ghana forward.”
President Akufo-Addo reiterated to the gathering that what his government has achieved, in the areas of education, health, employment, agriculture and all the others represent a solid foundation it has laid, will inure to the growth of the country.
“I am, therefore, pleading with you that we should move forward and not backwards so that in unity we can move Ghana forward,” he said.