The Municipal Chief Executive of Ga Central Municipal Assembly, Mr Mohammed Bashiru Kamara, has said the government has invested massively in road infrastructure in the municipality.
He cited some completed road projects as Sowutuom-Heavenly Church, Sowutuom-Puma and Sowutuom-Fanmilk while Antie Aku-Adu Gyamfi, Antie Aku-Deseret and Antie Aku-Anyaa market roads are under construction.
He said this during a sod-cutting ceremony to start the construction of culvert that would serve inhabitants of Racecourse and Tabora.
He stated that the culvert would have a dual use as a means of transportation for both automobiles and pedestrians to reach the nearby settlements.
Mr Bashiru said the assembly is concerned about the welfare of residents, especially school children who cross water causes to school.
He added that the project would be completed in a month and assured the resident of a significant facelift.
He, therefore, assured residents living in other communities to exercise restrain as many more of such projects would be brought to their doorstep.
On his part, the Assembly Member for Kwashiebu, Mr Asafo Adjei, thanked the Assembly for the swift intervention in resolving the concerns of the concerns of the people.
Grace Acheampong, ISD