Judges relocate as work on national cathedral begins
YEN.com.gh is in possession of photos which show construction works on the national cathedral have begun.
Information available shows that nine justices of the Court of Appeal have finally relocated from their present residential accommodations at Ridge to make way for the construction of the edifice.
Several other buildings, including the Scholarship Secretariat and Passport Office at Ridge were also expected to be demolished to make way for the construction of the cathedral.
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Photos available show that the roofs have already been removed and work has begun on the site.
A worker at the site who gave his name as Abukari confirmed the relocation of the judges which has paved way for them to begin the demolition but added he did not know the new location of the judges.
The building consisted of about ten (10) six-bedroom bungalows which were built only four years ago by the Judicial Service to house Court of Appeal Judges.
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