- Dr Hassan Ayariga of the APC has revealed he is building his own housing project near the abandoned Saglemi project on a 50-acre land
- According to the political leader, it was during a visit to his site that he decided to stop by at Saglemi and recorded the video that has gone viral
- If successful, Ayariga's project would become one of the many housing initiatives being undertaken to clear Ghana's housing deficit
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The founder and leader of the All People's Convention (APC), Dr Hassan Ayariga has indicated that he is on the move to build his own housing project.
In a video shared by YEN.com.gh recently, the political leader went to the abandoned $280 million Saglemi Housing Project which was started under President Mahama to take a video of how things were deteriorating.
Whilst lamenting about the state of the place, Hassan Ayariga mentioned in passing that he had come to the location to visit his 50-acre land that he purchased to build his own housing project.
See the full video below:
This, if successful, would become one of the many projects that are currently underway in Ghana to reduce the housing deficit in Ghana
As YEN.com.gh recently reported, thousands of housing units are at different stages of completion in Ghana with the aim to offset the housing deficit in the country.
In a separate story, photos of the Accra Airport City and its environs that were taken in the 90s and in recent years have been shared online to suggest that there has been massive development.
The pictures that were made public on the Twitter handle of @Ghanasportlight show that the place previously looked deserted although the roads had been tarred at the time.
In the recent pictures, beautiful highrise buildings could be seen all around the location.
A night view of the same spot was taken to show another version of the breathtaking beauty.
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