The implementation of a state-of-the-art bus terminal project for Gusheigu town is set to begin. Alhaji Alhassan S Tampuli, a member of parliament for the Gusheigu Constituency in the Northern Region officially broke ground for the project.
The MP spearheaded the initiative to build the facility, which was funded by the Ghana Ports and Harbours Authority (GPHA). Alhaji Tampuli, who also serves as the deputy minister of transportation, pleaded with the populace to help him advocate for more initiatives to advance the neighborhood.
According to him, the community deserves better development, so everyone must come together as a single unit to advance the local development agenda. The MP claimed that the bus terminal would also significantly boost economic activity and give the area’s youth employment opportunities.
“As your MP I would never let you down. I stand to keep at least some of my big campaign promises” he said,
Gusheigu Bus terminal project overview
Auxiliary features such as restrooms, a traveler’s lounge, and offices will be present when the bus terminal project is completed. The DAAYA Construction Limited-led project, which is intended to relieve congestion at the old bus terminal and is estimated to cost GH 1,740,731.48, is scheduled to be completed in six months.
Tampuli emphasized that Gusheigu deserved significant infrastructure development and pleaded with them to assist him in developing the municipality. Alhaji Tampuli expressed his gratitude to the late Naa Abdulai Shinobu, for providing the land for their project. To help them grow the constituency at every given time, he demanded increased land allocation from the local chiefs.
Robert Dawuni, who spoke on behalf of the chiefs, thanked Tampuli for consistently demonstrating good leadership since he was elected. He also pledged his support for the speedy completion of the bus terminal project.