Maintenance work on the NPP Communicator at the Pawlugu Multi-Purpose Dam is currently continuing despite the…
A member of the Upper East Regional Communications Team of the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP), Moses Amoah has debunked claims that the Pawlungu Multi-Purpose Dam is currently stalled.
According to information from some media, civil society organizations and some respected citizens in the region who visited the site, they said that the workers at the site have unpacked all their materials from the site. In fact, the NDC communicator during the program described the state of the current scene at the site as grazing and emphasized that nothing is happening.
However, responding to claims that workers cannot be found at the Pawlugu site, Mr. Amoah agrees with the fact that “there have been some delays in the project and we are all not happy, but the basic works have started and the government is committed. he emphasized
According to him, “As we speak, the Pwalungu Multipurpose Dam is currently being worked on, the relocation process is going on and the quantity surveyors are probably there looking at how they can compensate people, looking at how they are moving. different community than other community. He claimed
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“We have to move it from rhetoric, we are even better. The NDC came and diverted the funds secured by former President Kufour from the Brazilian government to the Eastern Corridor, so we are even better. As we speak, there is an office for the pawlungu multi-purpose dam in Tema”.
Meanwhile, on November 29, 2019, the President of the Republic of Ghana, His Excellency (H.E.) Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, cut the sod for the construction of the Pwalugu Dam Multipurpose Project.
The project, which is the largest investment in the northern part of Ghana and is estimated to cost US$993 million, would consist of a hydro-solar hybrid system of 60 MW of hydro power and 50 MW of solar power.
The multi-purpose dam, which is expected to be completed in four years, is expected to control persistent flooding in northern areas caused by heavy rains and leakages from the Bagre Dam.
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