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In Relation To The Affordable Housing Project

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Introduction:
Ghanaians from all walks of life continue to share their views on the affordable housing project between the Government of Ghana and STX Engineering of Korea whose construction is taking place in all 10 regions of the country.
This was what the people of Atomic Junction in Accra had to say about this project.




ZENABU MOHAMMED (ATOMIC JUNCTION) This project is very good because it is going to affect the ordinary Ghanaian directly. It would also be one of the most memorable legacies of the President Mills led administration. All Ghanaians must embrace this project because it would reduce the burden of lack of accommodation on many of our people. We need more of these projects such as state-run agriculture, manufacturing etc. Our people need jobs urgently. If you are gainfully employed, you would be able to attain whatever goals you set for yourself. I am very proud of the President for gradually putting this country back on track.”

 FULERA SANNI (ATOMIC JUNCTION) We are very ex…

Regarding The Nation-Wide Affordable Housing Project (2)

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Concerning The Massive Housing Projects Across Ghana.

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Introduction:
A massive housing project to provide an initial 30,000 units for the country's security agencies kicked off with a sod-cutting ceremony performed by President John Atta Mills at the Tesano Police Depot in Accra on 27th January 2011. The public-private partnership between the Government of Ghana and STX Engineering and Construction Company of Korea involves $ 1.50 billion and is aimed at providing decent accommodation for more than 70 percent of Ghanaians who cannot afford to buy or build their own houses.
Lets hear what the people of Chorkor, a fishing community along the coastal area of the capital, Accra.