Contractor In Ghana Builds 100 Units Of 2-Bedroom Houses Selling For $6,500

Contractor In Ghana Builds 100 Units Of 2-Bedroom Houses Selling For $6,500

  • A video of an affordable housing unit built by the Tamale Cooperative Credit Union is going viral online
  • The 2-bedroom house, as shown in the video is fully completed with a kitchen, parlor, washroom & bedrooms all for $6,500
  • Lots of Ghanaians on social media have been applauding the contractor named Afreh who was the brain behind the 100 different units of the structure

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A Ghanaian contractor simply identified as Afreh has been reported to have constructed 100 units of a 2-bedroom house some of which are in Tamale and other parts of Ghana.

During a visit to one of the units, James Sower, a writer at Ghana Leagues Live, explored the housing unit that was sponsored by the Tamale Cooperative Credit Union in the Northern Region of Ghana.

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He was shown the beautiful external structure as well its interior which displayed the kitchen, parlor, washroom, bedrooms, and all corridors in a video that is fast going viral on social media.

Affordable Housing Unit in Ghana
Photos of Affordable Housing Unit in Ghana Going For $6,500 Photo credit: @jamessowah/Twitter
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How Ghanaians are reacting to the news

Since the video surfaced on social media, many Ghanaians online have been sharing their thoughts.

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Below were what some of them had to say.

Gina Boakyewaa indicated:

This is what we call affordable not the ones that is been sold 100,000ghc and above. With this, if u save well u can become a landlord/landlady.

Osman Mubarak-Ahmed mentioned:

Very good initiative, UG credit union link up with Tamale credit union to save our members from dying prematurely due to high rent.

Danyansah Frank stated:

The problem in other places will be the land value. Accra, Kumasi, Tema and Takoradi will cost about 150K to 200K all things on the structure being equal, and finally I think this structure is a built cost and not selling cost. I am certain the land value was not added to it, since its a Coperative Credit Union doing it for its members.

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