Vice President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia has commissioned Phase I of the 100km Rehabilitation and Auxiliary Infrastructure of Kumasi Inner Ring Road and Adjacent Streets Project – Phase 1 on Monday August 1.

He cut the sod for this construction on 13th December 2019 at Kentenkrono in the Oforikrom Municipality.

Dr Bawumia during the commissioning emphasized that currently a lot of road works are at various stages of completion in the Asahnti region.

“We intend to ensure that they are all completed. I also indicated Parliament has approved the construction of the Suame Interchange- Phase1.

“Works are expected to start by September 2022 on Boankra Inland Port. I am informed that the contractor will start work this month and was on site this morning,” he said in a Facebook post after the event.

The government is committed to continuing to improve road infrastructure in the region and Ghana as a whole, he added.

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