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The Minister for Zongo and Inner City Development Mustapha Hamid on Sunday inaugurated an Astro turf at Kyebi in the Eastern Region as part of government’s efforts to improve sports infrastructure in the country.

The project, which was constructed by Wembley Sports Construction, becomes the newest addition to government’s ‘one constituency one Astro turf’ program which also has edifices in Madina, Walewale and Kumasi.

Member of Parliament for Abuakwa South, Samuel Atta-Akyea, was part of the dignitaries present at the handing over ceremony.
Chief Executive Officer for Wembley Sports Construction, Robert Coleman, who led the delegation on a tour of the facility, expressed satisfaction at government’s commitment to improving sports infrastructure in the country.


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