The Eastern Regional Secretary of the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP), Mr. Jeff Konadu Addo, has said President Akufo-Addo has fixed roads in Nkawkaw, Koforidua, and is bent on fixing roads in the other parts of the Eastern Region.
He indicated that roads being constructed are selected to improve road transport network connectivity, accessibility, as well as reduce travel time and improve safety for the movement of goods and people in Nkawkaw and Koforidua.
Jeff Konadu Addo told Kwaku Dawuro on ‘Medo Ghana’ on Accra-based Kingdom FM 107.7.
Jeff Konadu added that the NPP government is committed to undertaking the rehabilitation and maintenance of some 153 kilometres of roads in the Eastern Region.
According to him, the 3.40 kilometers of these roads are deteriorated, existing paved roads requiring improvements, including minor realignment, widening, construction of drainage structures, and surfacing, whilst 6.60km are unpaved roads requiring construction.
He intimated that the contractor must ensure that the town roads and other roads in the Eastern Region are completed on schedule.
They include Koforidua Town Roads (26.5kms); Begoro Town Roads (17kms); Kwabeng Town Roads (10kms); Kyebi Town Roads (10kms); Asamankese Town Roads (10kms); Kade Town Roads (10kms); Akwatia Town Roads (10kms); Okere Town Roads (10kms); and Akim Oda Town Roads (10kms).
The rest are Akyem Akropong Town Roads (7.5kms); Suhum Town Roads (5kms); Apedwa Town Roads (4kms); Akroso Town Roads (2.5kms); Amamprobi by-pass (2.5kms); and Abomosu Town Roads (1.5kms).