Ghana has signed a four-in-one contract with the World Bank worth $570 million targeted at boosting the economy, boosting education , encouraging sanitation and preventing flooding in Accra and also prevent forest lost.
Finance Minister Ken-Ofori Atta of Ghana and Pierre Laporte of the World Bank signed the deal on the behalf of Ghana and the world bank.
Per reports sighted by Globecalls, Ken expressed his belief in how the support of the World Bank will help the Ghana government advance in quest of inclusiveness and transformation. Thereby commending the firm for supporting the projects.
He said the government has already proven his desire for inclusiveness through projects such as one district, one factory and the free SHS.
He also promised safety and assurance to development partners and urged them not to delay because on the election ahead.
‘…“We will work with you hand in hand to ensure that these projects, as well as others already ongoing, are implemented timely and effectively.…” Laporte, the world bank representative said.
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