Ghana government invest $18 million in fixing sports infrastructure
He said each of the facilities would cost the country $1.8 million and is expected to complete within nine months,” Mr Asiamah disclosed.
The facility is designed to contain eight-lane athletic track, FIFA standard pitch, tennis court, basketball court, handball court, fully furnished gym, counselling unit, ICT section, entrepreneurship center and restaurant.
The project would also serve as a youth training and development centre forms part of the “One Region One Youth Centre” by the Youth and Sports Ministry in attempt to boost the sporting industry.
“So when we go out there, our athletes could win more medals. You know some of our athletes have not seen simple tracks and trained on bad facilities.
“With these modern tracks, our athletes would be abreast with modern facilities so that they can perform if they go out,” he said.
From Sammy Heywood Okine