President Akufo-Addo will begin a tour of the Central Region on Monday, October 18.
This forms part of his annual working visit to the 16 regions in the country.
During the tour, he will commission and inspect projects under the 1 District 1 Factory initiative.
The tour will start with the inspection of engineering laboratories and workshops put up by the Education Ministry and the Council for Technical and Vocational Education and Training at the Cape Coast Technical University.
He is also expected, to pay courtesy calls on the Chiefs of the Oguaa Traditional Area as well as Chiefs of Assin North in Assin Breku and Effutuakwa in Assin Fosu.
The President will then cut sod for a road construction project in the Assin Central constituency and the Nyankimasi Ahenkro to Assin Jakai Cocoa road.
Nana Akufo-Addo continues his tour on Tuesday with a courtesy call on the Chiefs of the Hemang Lower Denkyira and the sod cutting for the construction of the Hemang-Nsutem Cocoa Road including the commissioning of the Central Oil Mills, a company under the One District One Factory initiative located in Assin Jukwa.
The President will also commission a number of projects in Winneba, specifically the Effutu Constituency, projects like; a community center, health facility, a library and the Museum of Effutu Culture.
The tour ends with the final commissioning of a lubricant factory at the Gomoa Akotsi Fetteh Junction in the Gomoa East Constituency.
- Commuters stranded as commercial drivers embark on indefinite strike today
- Ashiaman ‘trotro’ drivers and their conductors turn bus station into football ground
- Photos: Commuters stranded as ‘trotro’ drivers strike to protest fuel prices
- Playback: Finance Minister, Ken Ofori-Atta addresses nation
- Commercial Drivers Strike: Aayalolo deploys 110 buses to mitigate effect
- Government directs GOIL to reduce price of fuel after meeting with transport unions
- ‘What was he drinking or eating before he went into that studio?’ Dzifa Gomashie asks Energy Minister
- ‘I’ve written to the Speaker with modifications to the 2022 Budget’ – Ken Ofori-Atta
- No agreement reached with Minority Caucus on E-levy – Finance Minister
- Social media reacts to nationwide strike by commercial drivers
We want to rebrand women’s football in the country – Barbara Asher Ayisi
EU pledges to continue partnering Ghana to fight global economic challenges
Today’s frontpages: Tuesday, December 7, 2021
British High Commissioner to Ghana visits Root of Change Project beneficiaries in N/R
Asantehene joins Awuah-Darko family to celebrate Juabenhene
ECG shuts down Yilo Krobo office over threats against staff, property
Jackie Appiah celebrates birthday with residents of Kogni
Invest in research into Covid-19 treatment – Policymakers urged
Isaac Kofi Agyei: What will happen to price of fuel if government decides to listen to 16 driver unions?
Servaco PPS partners Captain One Golf Society for Charity Championship
Stunning Gray strike in injury time earns Everton comeback win against Arsenal
Ladystrikers’ head coach unhappy with officiating in Super Cup final
Two humiliating defeats for Hearts in Africa but where do they go from here?
Government commits to review taxes on fuel in Mid-year Budget after drivers’ strike – Abbas Imoro
Zongo Development Fund CEO honoured at 2021 Ghana Leadership Awards