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W/R: Road construction to the new TTU Ahanta West Campus begins

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The Chairperson of the Takoradi Technical University council Dr. Henrietta Abane has cut sod for the construction of a 4.3 kilometer road as part of the efforts to operationalize the newly built Technical and Vocational Education Training(TVET) campus in the Ahanta West Municipality of the Western Region.

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The road to be constructed from Bokro to Akatekyi, leading to the new campus of the university will not only help commence business at the campus but also play a critical role in the socio-economic development of the communities along that stretch.

Breaking the ground for the commencement of the road construction, Dr Mrs Abane noted that even though the new campus built to train Engineering and Technical Vocational and Education Training (TVET) has been ready for use, the bad nature of the road has delayed the operationalization of the campus.

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According to her, the road to be funded by the Technical university when completed will pave way for the university to operate the new campus as well as facilitate socio-economic development in the adjourning communities.

She therefore urged the Contractor to complete the project within the stipulated period and also to ensure that high quality work is done for the roads to last.

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David Asiamah, the contractor expressed his delight for being the chosen one for the project and assured the university and the people of Akatekyi that the road will be constructed within the 12months period with high quality materials.

He used the opportunity to appeal to the communities to cooperate with the workers for the purpose of facilitating the completion of the project.

The Vice Chancellor of the Takoradi technical university, Rev. Prof. John Frank Eshun was pleased that construction works had finally seen the light of day, disclosing that the over 10million Ghana Cedis road construction project will bring relief to the university.

“I am thankful to the council, the municipal assembly, the chiefs and people of Akatekyi for their support and commitment towards the operationalization of the new TVET campus”, he said.

Present at the event were the Chief and people of Akatekyi community, represenatatives from the department of feeder roads in the Ahanta West Municipality, Management and staff of the University.

Source: Starrfm.com.gh

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