Ghana’s Minister for Works and Housing meets his Morocco Counterpart over Affordable Housing

The meeting was also aimed at strengthening the ties of friendship and bonds of co-operation between the two   countries.

In  his  commitment to reducing housing deficit in Ghana, the Minister for  Works and Housing, Francis Assenso Boakye, has paid a working visit to Morocco where he held bilateral talks with that country’s Minister for National Territorial and Urban Planning, Housing and City Policy, Ms. Fatima Zahra Mansouri in Rabat. The idea was to enable him study their achievements in that area.

The meeting was also aimed at strengthening the ties of friendship and bonds of co-operation between the two   countries.

“Over the years, the government of Morocco, through an effective partnership with the private sector has succeeded in providing affordable housing to its citizens. The Akufo-Addo administration has started implementing similar strategy and we are hopeful that it will lead to the provision of mass affordable housing to meet the needs of low to middle-income earning Ghanaians,” Ghana’s Works and Housing Minister stated.

He said the government and the ministry are working towards eradicating impediments facing Ghanaians in owning and living in decent, quality and affordable accommodation.

He said Morocco has a good record  in housing development for Ghana to study in its quest to reduce the huge housing deficit.

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