In the face of the disturbing state of sanitation in the country, the Jospong Group of Companies has revealed that it has put in place a 50-year development plan that will provide room for the establishment of waste recycling and composite plants in all 16 regions of Ghana, ABC News can confirm.
According to the company, the private sector has a critical role to play in helping make the nation the cleanest in Africa as dreamed by President Akufo-Addo. The Executive Chairman of the Jospong Group of Companies, Dr. Joseph Siaw Agyepong says the company has already started the project in two regions, thus Greater Accra and Ashanti – with six more regions expected to come on board by close of year 2020.
“Zoomlion can now boast that it has invested more than US$300million in terms of infrastructure alone. This year, we will be receiving nine brand-new plants to install all over the country by July. These are going to generate about 2,500 jobs, and we are only doing this because this is the only country we have as Ghanaians,” he said