PIAC advocates operationalization of Accra railway lines

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The Public Interest and Accountability Committee (PIAC) has charged the public authority to engage the Ghana Railway Authority to operationalize the railroad lines in Accra to round up the incomes required for the nation’s turn of events.

The board of trustees settled on this decision during its review of certain ventures to some degree subsidized with oil assets in the Greater Accra Region.

PIAC says the postponement in operationalizing the finished rail tracks will prompt a disintegration of the rail stages and the lines which will additionally cost the country to restore.

The Vice-Chairman of PIAC, Nasir Alfa Mohammed in his location to the media said the undertaking engineers have let the advisory group know that a few “fixing” is needed before the lines could be operationalized.

Nasir Mohammed said, “despite the fact that the rail lines in Accra are similarly finished like those in Takoradi, those in Accra are not being utilized while those in Takoradi are now being utilized and that we believe isn’t proper”.

He asked the public authority to fortify the railroads’ organization and “resolve all matters holding the organization from operationalizing the rail lines in Accra on the grounds that as we are not utilizing it, mileage will be sitting in and we should spend more to reestablish the lines to their unique state”.

Nasir Mohammed likewise required an economical support system to guarantee that the rail lines rake in the required income from their activities