The Municipal Chief Executive (MCE) Officer of the Ga East Municipal Assembly in the Greater Accra Region, Elizabeth Kaakie Mann, last Tuesday, in a symbolic ceremony handed over a cadastre for the rehabilitation of the Abokobi Lorry Station within the municipality.
The initiative is to help prevent flooding at the lorry station during the rainy season.
The work which is expected to be completed within the next four months is also meant to make work for drivers and business operators at the station more effective.
The project which would be executed by Vappy Company Limited is funded out of the Assembly’s common fund.
Speaking in an interview with the media, the MCE said “rehabilitation of the Abokobi Lorry station forms part of the Assembly’s plans of enhancing the transport system within the municipality.”
She was optimistic the completion of work would help address persistence flooding which has dogged the station for years.
Mrs. Kaakie Mann announced that funds were ready to ensuring that works complete on time to serve its purpose.
She pleaded with the drivers and all business operators at the station to corporate with the contractor for the successful completion of the work.
For his part, the contractor, Mr. Victor Kumordze assured that they would be completed in high quality on time to serve its purpose.
“My Construction Firm has embarked on numerous works in the country and I therefore promise nothing but an excellence work” he promise