Construction of City of Hope in Ghana to cost US$10Bn

Construction of City of Hope in Ghana
Construction of City of Hope in Ghana

The Construction of City of Hope in Ghana will cost US$10Bn and will be a world class information communication technologies (ICT) city project meant to bring all players under one roof in three years.
Construction of City of Hope in Ghana will consist of a six towers’ project, It will also be Africa’s tallest building at a height of 270 meters.
Rig Communications, a locally owned technology giant willbe undertaking the construction of City of Hope in Ghana  which will house over 25,000 people and create over 50,000 jobs when complete.
It will also have a supercomputer hardware assembly plant, ICT training centre, banks, shops, pleasure, sports, medical and educational facilities.
The Construction of City of Hope in Ghana is being built at the Kasoa a suburb of Accra.
it is time the private sector organize job creation in Ghana President John Dramani Mahama, said Speaking at the launch .
The president pledged government support to the private sector, including Rlg to take advantage of private-public partnerships to create more jobs.
My dream of building the city was inspired by founding President Kwame Nkrumah and Tetteh Quarshie The chief executive officer of Rlg Communications Roland Agambire said.
Tetteh Quarshie is credited with the introduction of one of the country’s major export crops, cocoa, over a century ago.
He said that as bringing modernity and excellence into the design of the City of Hope, all efforts have been made in incorporating the Ghanaian ingenuity and culture in the architecture as its inspiration, he said.
He also said that the company wanted to create an original telecommunication operator in the voice and data industry and appeal to government to lend the necessary support.
The Rlg Communication lately signed a partnership conformity with Microsoft to make the US firm windows applications affordable in West Africa.
Agambire said that the partnership would enable Rlg Communication to launch Microsoft Windows 8.
Mr. Agambire’s company has signed an agreement with Guma group of companies in South Africa for a business partnership to develop products for Africa using cutting edge technological advancements.
The Rig Communication produces connection equipment like tablets, laptops mobile handsets, LCD television monitors electronic notebooks, tablets. This great company has offices in China, Nigeria and Gambia.

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