Abraham Kofi Darkwa Police Barracks, Pramkese, Eastern Region of Ghana
Investors required for development of a Motorway between Nsawam and Pramkese.
The road between Nsawam and Pramkese is simply unmotorable. It is replete with numerous potholes-- some as deep as a pond. This makes the road very dangerous to drive on. A journey of one and half hours takes three hours because of the care one has to exercise to navigate the numerous pond-like potholes in the middle of the road. Various accidents and deaths result from these "killer" roads. To circumvent tragedy, minimize road accidents and resultant deaths, investors are required to develop a motorway between Nsawam and Pramkese. Estimated beneficiaries would hover around six million people as this motorway would straddle commercial towns like Nsawam, Adeiso, Asamankese, Boadua/Akwatia and Kade.
Investors required for development of Pramkese Airport.
To ease problems of transportation and facilitate commerce between Pramkese (plus surrounding communities) and Accra, a domestic airport is scheduled to be built at Pramkese. The location is a wide expanse of land between Pramkese and the Pram river. This domestic airport is poised to open up a number of small businesses (including road transportation businesses) that would generate employment and drive economic activities in the area and beyond. Estimated beneficiaries would be in the range of four million people.