He said it will also include the development of two branch lines from Achimota to Tema and from Bosuso to Kyebi.
“Financing arrangements are on-going with the India EXIM Bank for the development of the section from Accra through Achimota to Nsawam,” he said at a press conference in Accra on Wednesday December 1.
He further stated that the Ministry, in collaboration with the Ghana Railway Company Limited, has partnered the George Grant University of Mines & Technology to upgrade the old Railway Training Institute located at Sekondi into a degree-awarding institution to provide training in Engineering and other ancilliary programmes.
The School is now known as the ‘UMaT School of Railways and Infrastructure Development’. Read Full Story