Government committed to completion of road projects – Roads Minister assures Contractors

Francis Asenso-Boakye, Minister for Roads and Highways, has reaffirmed the government’s commitment to ensuring the timely completion of ongoing road projects across the country.

Speaking at a stakeholder engagement session with road contractors in Accra, Asenso-Boakye emphasized the pivotal role of road contractors, acknowledging their wealth of experience and valuable contributions to the sector.

“Since I assumed responsibility as Roads Minister, I have prioritized engaging with our road contractors, recognizing the critical importance of your work in developing our nation’s infrastructure,” Asenso-Boakye stated.
He urged contractors to maintain round-the-clock efforts to ensure projects are delivered promptly for the benefit of all Ghanaians.

Asenso-Boakye further pledged to maintain regular dialogue with contractors to address their concerns, emphasizing his commitment to “fostering a collaborative relationship with contractors” and the fact that his office “remains open for inputs and suggestions.”

The engagement session, which was the maiden one since Asenso-Boakye was appointed Minister for Roads and Highways was also attended by the Finance Minister, Dr Mohammed Amin Adam.

Echoing this commitment, Finance Minister Dr. Mohammed Amin Adams assured contractors of the government’s support in facilitating timely release of funds for completed works.
“We stand ready to assist you in staying on-site. We also count on your commitment to deliver projects promptly and to the highest standards and contract specifications,” Hon. Adams affirmed.

He also highlighted government plans to accommodate contractors undertaking minor road projects.

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