6th Report January 2011
Ghana government and the STX company have finally signed the agreement for the security housing project to finally take off.
Source: Ghana Post Elections 6th Report January 2011
5th Report October/November 2010
The contract details on the STX project which is to take care of police/security accommodation is still being reviewed
Source: Ghana Post Elections 5th Report October/November 2010
4th Report September 2010
The two parties; Ghana government and the STX company could not sign the agreement to construct housing for the the security services.
Source: Ghana Post Elections 4th Report September 2010
3rd Report August 2010
The STX contract to construct housing for the police service has been bought back to parliament and approved for construction to begin on the project.
Source: Ghana Post Elections 3rd Report August 2010
2nd Report July 2010
The contract to construct housing for the police has been withdrawn from parliament.
Source: Ghana Post Elections 2nd Report July 2010
1st Report January - June 2010
The project team was told at the Ministry of Water Resources, Works and Housing that work has not started on any of the 38 uncompleted houses, and that the agreement to begin works on them is before parliament. The Ministry of Information added that, the government has signed contract with Korean government on “Affordable Housing Project” and that 40% of that project is earmarked for the police service. The police Public Affairs Directorate showed pictures of houses that have been purchased at Takoradi, Cape Coast, and other regions. According to the sources from the police headquarters, the government has released funds and work will soon begin on the 38 uncompleted police houses across the country.
Source: Ghana Post Elections 1st Report January – June 2010