• Mon. Aug 15th, 2022

¢35million support fund not enough to rebuild Appiatse – Joyce Aryee

Rev. Dr. Joyce Aryee, Chairman of the Appiatse Support Fund Committee, said that her group has raised a total of GHC 35,884,423.9 for the Appiatse Community’s repair and rehabilitation.

Akufo-Addo’s restoration  project at Appiatse she stated that would be halted if the declared total, which includes corporate and patriotic contributions, was insufficient.

“However, we are far from having sufficient funds.” Because the damage to Appiatse Township is massive, and the money obtained thus far are insufficient.”

information On Monday, April 4, 2022, Dr. Joyce Aryee made the following remark at a news conference.

She further stated that the cash received do not include the $5 million fine that the Minerals Commission ordered Maxam Company to pay into the fund.

At a later period, she said, a list of corporate institutions and patriotic individuals who have donated both cash and in-kind to the fund will be made accessible to the press and the broader public.

Rev. Dr. Joyce Aryee, Chairman of the Support Fund Committee, extended a passionate request to everyone who has yet to give to assist rebuild Appiatse promptly and steadily.

Our hashtag “obiara entuabi” will aid us in bringing this idea to life.

She hoped that all available resources would be used to provide the Reconstruction Implementation Team with the funds necessary to develop an energy-efficient, environmentally friendly community.

Donations to the APPIATSE SUPPORT FUND can be made to the GCB Bank account number 1011130036123 or the Stanbic Bank account number 9040009974967.

She promised to work with the Reconstruction Implementation Committee and her team to help Appiatse get back on its feet.

The Deputy Minister for Lands and Natural Resources, who also chairs the Appiatse Reconstruction Implementation Team and attended the briefing with the ASF, described this.

He urged Ghanaians to be patient as they prepared an inventory to determine the cost of reconstruction through the media.

As a result, Mr. Blankson Hermans, a member of the Appiatse Reconstruction Implementation Team and a GIA representative, gave a summary of the work completed thus far.

“The Land Use and Spatial Planning Authority drafted a land use plan for us,” says the author. It serves as a foundation for the development of housing and commercial amenities in the neighborhood.”

We need to reconstruct about 120 of the 126 bedroom residences because the root extends through the main town. We want to start with the road networks by the end of April,” he stated.

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