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Asokwa Municipal Assembly Cuts Sod For Construction of Four (4) Link Roads

Asokwa MCE, Chief Akwannuasah Gyimah breaking the ground for work to start on the four link roads

The Asokwa Municipal Assembly under the Ghana Secondary City Support Program (GSCSP) has cut sod for the construction of roads in four communities within the Asokwa Municipality. 

The project to be funded with Urban Development Grant (UDG) from the World Bank would see the construction of a 1.4 kilometre road at Gyinyase to an area called Tongeg, another is the construction of a 0.58 kilometre road at Kyirapatre.

The rest are the construction of a 0.88 kilometre road at Atonsu-S-line to Agyei Agyekum area and the last is the construction of a10,400m2 terminal at the Atonsu Agogo market.

Municipal Chief Executive (MCE):

Speaking ahead of the ground breaking ceremony at Atonsu S-line on Wednesday, Municipal Chief Executive (MCE) for Asokwa, Chief Akwannuasah Gyimah said the road constructions in the Municipality would enhance the beauty of the community and provide easy access to places within them.

“I am happy that through the instrumentality of Nana Akufo-Addo-Bawumia government we have gotten this grant to do these four roads and I call on the contractor to stick to the 6 month timeline so that we can finish the project and enable the community to have use for same”, the MCE stated.

Member of Parliament (MP):

Madam Patricia Appiagyei, Member of Parliament (MP) for Asokwa commended the NPP government for approving the grant for the project. 

She noted that the construction of the four roads would open up the Asokwa communities to commercial activity and other businesses.

The MP urged residents to support the contractor to work according to schedule so they can have the road to use.

“These road constructions in Asokwa is testament that the Nana Akufo-Addo-Bawumia government were concerned with our comfort and I believe more projects be approved for us when Dr Bawumia also takes over in 2025”, the MP posited.


Mr Frank Fosuhene, Team Lead from Avangarde Design Systems, consultant for the project, thanked the Asokwa Municipal Assembly for collaborating with his outfit for the upcoming project.

He noted that with the commitment shown in the project by the Assembly the contractors would strive to use the 6 months period to deliver the project.


Nana Adarkwa Yiadom Gu-Ayebiafo, Chief of Atonsu thanked the Asokwa Municipal Assembly for securing the project for the four communities.

He also praised the NPP government for prioritising the construction of roads in Asokwa.

Source: Ghana/otecfmghana.com/ Michael Ofosu-Afriyie, Kumasi. 

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