KMA tackles staff accommodation

The management of the Kumasi Metropolitan Assembly (KMA) has opted to address staff accommodation, which it considers to be a major challenge.

It has, accordingly, sealed a deal with a private developer, Messrs Eagle Petroleum Company Limited, to build a block of two-storey flat, and a four-bedroom apartment on its land in exchange of the 0.87 acre land of two of its bungalows, which used to house the lawyer and Internal Auditor at Cedar Crescent at Danyame in Kumasi.

The value of the land, according to an official KMA 2020 report, was GH¢2,232,686 and the project was expected to be completed and handed over within two years.

The project, when completed, was intended to provide accommodation for officers whose condition of service required official accommodation.


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