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Government’s reasonably priced housing scheme on course – Minister of State


Minister of Point out in demand of Operates and Housing, Dr Freda Prempeh, states the government’s nationwide very affordable housing challenge is on program.

She discussed her ministry was finalising processes of securing land financial institutions throughout the state for the implementation of the job, stating paper is effective and documentation on the lands had been progressing.

Dr Prempeh emphasised federal government experienced prioritised the economical housing challenge to provide accommodation for general public and civil servants, explaining the Ministry had also rolled out a district-broad housing scheme.

The Minister mentioned this when she inspected 23-acre governing administration-invested land earmarked for the housing project at Nanketewa in the Sunyani Municipality.

Accompanied by Madam Justina Owusu-Banehene, the Bono Regional Minister, and some vital personnel of the Ministry, Dr Prempeh also inspected a 100-acre land secured by the Social Stability and Countrywide Insurance Belief (SSNIT) in the Municipality.

She expressed fascination in the SSNIT land located at Baakoniaba, a Sunyani suburb, and added the Ministry would discuss with the Believe in and receive parts of the land to start the development of the housing units in the Municipality.

Dr. (Mrs.) Prempeh indicated traders were being ever-ready for the housing project but regretted land litigations in areas of the country impeded the Ministry’s efforts in getting the demanded amount of lands for the project.

The Ministry, she added had currently visited and secured lands in Tamale, Koforidua, Duayaw-Nkwanta, and Yamfo in the Ahafo region, and expressed the hope other standard authorities would supply lands in their respective places for the venture.

On her section, Mad Owusu-Banahene instructed the Ghana News Company (GNA) the cost-effective housing challenge was laudable for the reason that it would allow public sector staff to possess homes, and greatly help employees to also accept putting up to provide in rural communities.

The Regional Minister re-affirmed the government’s determination to setting up a befitting sports activities stadium, saying the Regional Coordinating Council was also finalising processes in getting aspect of the SSNIT lands at Baakoniaba for that job.

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