AngloGold Ashanti Obuasi Mine Commissions 1.4 km Concrete Pavement Road 



AngloGold Ashanti Obuasi mine has commissioned a 1.4 km Concrete Pavement Road it reconstructed at Nhyieso on the Obuasi-Dunkwa highway at the cost of GHC990,000.
For sometime now the newly reconstructed road has been in a very bad state posing safety risks to motorists and pedestrians. As a result, AngloGold Ashanti in consultation with the Department of Urban roads decided to refurbish the delapidated section with concrete pavment to ensure safer and more efficient transportation for businesses, travelers and community residents.
The Senior Manager Sustainability of the company, Mr. Emmanuel Baidoo while speaking at the commissioning ceremony, expressed delight with the successful completion of the reconstructed road project.
“This milestone achievement underscores AngloGold Ashanti Obuasi mine’s commitment to it’s 10-year Socio-Economic Development Plan, which prioritises improving communities infrastructure to bridge gaps and address critical needs of the communities in which it operates”.
Mr.  Baidoo expressed gratitude to the traditional and local authorities, the contractor, the Obuasi Mine Project team and community members along the Obuasi-Dunkwa highway for their co-operation, expertise and support throughout the reconstruction process.
The Chief Executive for Obuasi Municipal, Mr. Elijah Adansi Bonah and the Odikro of Nhyieso, Nana Peprah Abu Bonsra commended Anglogold Ashanti Obuasi Mine for swiftly addressing the situation.

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