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World Access Affordable Limited Contributes To Tackling Flood In Accra

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Renowned real estate company, World Access Affordable Limited, has constructed roads and storm drains in East Legon Nmai Dzorn and Ashalebotwe both in Accra as part of its commitment and responsibility to their communities.

The two projects, which include roads and storm drain constructions are on aimed at easing the flow of water and create access for pedestrians and motorists in and around the two communities. The 450ft by 25ft road and gutter construction at Nmai Dzorn was completed as a cost of GHS210,000 while the 300ft by 10ft storm drain at Ashalebotwe is expected to be completed in October at the cost of GHS325,000.

Speaking on the intervention by the company, Mr. Michael Olanrewaju Adeboye, Chief Executive Officer of World Access Affordable Limited said the projects are part of the company’s commitment to ensuring the wellbeing and comfort of pedestrians and motorists in the beneficiary communities.

According to him “While it is fair to bring to the fore the things that are wrong in our communities, we should all contribute in our own way to make things better. It is for this reason that we at World Access Affordable have decided to do something about the road and drainage situation in the two communities. By this act, we hope that others will be inspired to do their bit in developing this country”.

Poor road networks and drainage systems have been the bane of many towns and cities across the capital city, causing perennial floods that have resulted in the loss of lives and properties. The intervention of World Access Affordable Limited will contribute immensely to easing the plight of commuters in Nmai Dzorn and Ashalabotwe, especially in the rainy season.

World Access Affordable Lmited was founded in the year 2014 with the aim of developing ultra modern residential, commercial and mixed-use development in Ghana. The driving force of the company is customer satisfaction and thedevelopment of properties at an affordable price.

We also call on the government to make a policy or law that will mandate all estate developer in Ghana to have a project for the community where their properties are located, e.g (Drainage) just as the law or policy of tree planting that is enshrine in the building approval mandatory act. I believe this will go a long way in helping the society as well as make our mother land Ghana, achieve her goal on infrastructural development


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