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Ghana: Kaladan Park to get face lift – Hon. Issac Asiamah assures

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The Minister of Youth and Sports, Hon. Issac Kwame Asiamah said Government will cut sod for the construction of a Multi Purpose Sports Complex at the deteriorating Kaladan Park in Tamale.

The Minister revealed that government is in the process of securing funds to put up sports facilities at some traditional venues such as Nkawkaw park, Waterloo in Mampong and the Kaladan park.

The complex is part of the government’s efforts to improve the development of sports in the country and it will also be the basis for plans to bid for the hosting rights of some of the continent’s leading sporting events.

Recently, President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo cut sod for the construction of a water project at Kaladan and so many will wonder how government intends to put up the Multi Purpose Sports Complex.

Construction works on the Nhyinahin Multi-purpose Youth and Sports Resource Centre and other Sports projects across Ghana are nearing completions. Mr. Isaac Kwame Asiamah, Minister for Youth and Sports confirmed when addressing the football Community at the 26th Ordinary Congress at Prampram.

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