Date Created : 7/31/2017 9:00:15 AM : Story Author : Alice Abubakari/ Ghanadistricts.com
The minister said this when he visited the area to have firsthand information about an ongoing maintenance work on the road after parts of it were badly damaged as a result of heavy downpour that hit the area.
Speaking briefly to the Press, Mr. Amoako Atta bemoaned shoddy works done by some contractors who were awarded contracts during erstwhile administration.
Road Minister interacting with the engineers
He said, the current government has as a result taken cues from that and is now bent on ensuring that due diligence are followed before government projects are awarded on contracts to ensure value for money.
Temporal access bridge
On his part, Municipal Chief Executive (MCE) for Akwapim North, Mr Dennis Aboagye, who bemoaned the bad nature of the road, added that the government was working assiduously to ensure that the road, which is badly damaged after a downpour in the area, is fixed to improve transportation.
Mr. Dennis Aboagye (MCE) addressing the media
Currently, road contractors are on site working on the caved in part of the road to ensure safety for all commuters plying the road.