Bono Immigration Service gets new officers mess from SHC
The project is to sort accommodation challenges in the Immigration Service in the Bono Region.
The Ghana Immigration Service in the Bono Region has received the keys to nine detached staff houses in Sunyani.
The project according to the Service is to help curb the housing problems the security services face in the country.
Addressing the media at the handing over ceremony, the Comptroller General of the Ghana Immigration Service CG. Kwame Esuah Takyi indicated that the men and women in the service face challenges in accommodation, a situation which was raised concerns for the government of Ghana to partner with State Housing Company to build houses for the security agencies in the country.
He noted that the Bono Regional Immigration Service requested two houses but they were given nine instead.
C.G. Esuah Takyi stated that similar projects are ongoing in other regions of the country with some completed while others are ongoing. He told that the senior officers and the Service will ensure the junior officers will get fine accommodation as the Controller General tasked the officers to take maintenance of the houses staid.
He praised the government of Ghana and the State Housing Company for supporting the service.
The Managing Director of State Housing Company Kwabena Ampofo Appiah on his part addressed that, the project is to help curb the challenges of accommodation in the security services in the country, noting that it is a nationwide project therefore related works are underway in other regions in the country.
He assured that measures have been put in place for the officers to take maintenance of the houses.