The newly refurbished Job 600 office complex is reported to have broken down less than a month since it got inaugurated with incidents of scanners getting out of order raising security concerns there.
Media investigations further reveals that some parts of the roof of the complex are also leaking and, therefore anytime it rains, water form the roof seeps into the electric motors which drive the traction cables and the counterweight systems of the elevators this rendering them incapable of operating. The scanners broke down a few weeks after the inauguration.
Security men at the complex confirmed the findings but declined further comments. The complex was rehabilitated and refurbished by the China state Hualong Construction Company Ltd. It was inaugurated on November 7, this year by President John Mahama.
So far, it remains unclear whether or not the situation could cause parliamentarians deserting their offices as government is yet to speak on the matter