President amazes Norwegian investors to support Ghana’s railway sector

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President Akufo-Addo has encouraged financial backers from Norway to consider banding together government to foster an advanced rail route network in the country.

This follows late remarks by the Minister for Railway Development, John Peter Amewu, such that the public authority would not have the option to build any sky train in the country soon.

The Minister noticed that subsidizing for the development of a portion of the generally begun projects is becoming dangerous for the public authority.

In any case, in a location at the Ghana-Norway business and venture discussion in Accra, President Akufo-Addo noticed that his administration is leaving on a forceful program to draw in the required speculation to foster the railroad and street framework required in the country.

“We are confident that with strong private area investment, we can foster a cutting edge rail route network with solid creation place linkages and with a possibility to interface us with our neighbors.”

“Individuals from the Norwegian business local area, you can decide to put resources into Ghana through the GIPC or set up as a free zones endeavor, paying little heed to where the venture is, the public authority has established various financial motivations for the financial backer relying upon the idea of the movement or the area of the speculation. I need us to assemble a more grounded Ghana-Norway relationship to help our individual investors,” he added.

‘There will not be any sky train in Ghana, it’s unrealistic’ – Amewu

The Minister for Railway Development, John Peter Amewu, has said the public authority would not have the option to build any sky train in the country.

As indicated by him, it is absurd to expect to do as such.

In November 2019, the public authority through the then Minister for the area, Joe Ghartey, consented to an arrangement for the development of the Accra SkyTrain Project uninvolved of the African Investment Forum in South Africa.

The proposed drive in Accra accommodates the improvement of five highways, four of which are contained spiral courses that start at the proposed SkyTrain Terminal, at the core of Accra, at the Kwame Nkrumah Circle, and one course that gives an intra-city suburbanite circle conveyance administration, likewise exuding from Circle.

The undertaking visualized an absolute track length across all courses of 194 kilometers