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BOLGA: Assembly facilitates sub-lease for Allied Bank to begin project

 
Edward Ayiriba Ayagle(MCE)  

The Allied Bank Ghana Limited is to extend its operations to the Bolgatanga municipality in the Upper East region to offer the opportunity for residents to experience varied banking services in the area.

The Bolgatanga municipal assembly is however currently in the process to offer a sub-lease for the Bank to begin actual construction at the new market yet to be developed properly in the area.  

The Municipal Chief Executive, Edward Ayiriba Ayagle who spoke to Ghanadistricts.com on the project maintained that this has become necessary because of the Assembly’s commitment to spur growth and strategic development of the municipality in entirety.

Mr. Edward Ayiriba therefore disclosed that all things being equal, the Bank will kick start construction shortly as the assembly had almost sealed the facilitation of a sub-lease to them.  

He claimed this partnership will in the same vein pave way for the Assembly to pace up in revenue mobilization so it could assist cushion the assembly to roll-out more projects which will inure the benefits of the people in the area.

However, reacting to the state of the new market facility under construction at Bolga, Mr Ayiriba stated that the assembly was still in consultations with other investors and private stakeholders to woo them into the district to complement the effort of the assembly in the establishment of this august facility.

He reiterated that Bolgatanga was the hub of business activities in the region, hence it will be committed to build the platform to push trade and commerce in the municipality.

Jonathan Adjei/Ghanadistricts.com



Posted: 05-Feb
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