The company working on the Nkawkaw multi-complex sports stadium has started work.
The firm, Middle Belt Development Authority in partnership with the government is expected to use an amount of 14million Ghana cedis to complete the first phase of the project.
The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the company, Dr Boboobo assured that the project will be ready soon for use.
The Municipal Chief Executive for the area, Yaw Owusu Addo commended the contractor for the work done so far – adding that “we know you will do a good job for us.”
The project is estimated at a cost of Gh 27 million cedis and is being sponsored by the Middle Belt Development Authority as part of the one million per constituency project.
Expected to be completed in two years, the stadium complex would consist of close to 10,000 seater capacity, a standard FIFA pitch with the capacity to host international football matches.
Other ancillary facilities would include eight-lane tartan tracks, a gym centre, a restaurant, the multipurpose court for tennis, and a hostel facility to house sportsmen and women of about 20 sporting disciplines.
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