The minister for works and housing, Samuel Atta Akyea has disclosed the plans of the ruling government to complete all abandoned and uncompleted state properties in the country.

Speaking on Citi FM’s breakfast show, the minister explained that the government was looking at media through which they could generate funds to revamp abandoned projects.

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I believe bad governance is what will prevent a ruling government to complete a project started by a previous government because if money was the problem, why start a new project? So we are now looking forward to completing all projects former president Mahama started and so we are not beginning any new projects until we complete the old ones,” he said.

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He said the government has assessed the projects to bring closure to enable them to determine how much it will cost to complete the buildings, adding that such projects will not be allowed to go waste.

“We have done what is called quantity surveying; we have come out with bills of quantities as to how much it will cost to complete them,” he revealed.