Government has entered into an agreement with two firms – CH Africa and Rascopat Ghana – to build 100, 000 houses across Ghana.
The move is aimed at reducing the country’s housing deficit which currently stands at two million units.
The houses will be built under the Clever HouseTM housing and construction technology which ensures the construction of a complete house in less than 10 days.
Works and Housing Minister Samuel Atta Akyea said engineers at the Ministry have certified the integrity of the buildings under the project.
Speaking at a ceremony to outdoor the Clever House and Construction Technology, Mr. Atta-Akyea said this move and others which are ongoing will ensure the housing challenge in the country is tackled head on. He believes this is the surest way of sustainable economic growth.
The Clever HouseTM housing and construction technology is a German engineering designed to fix the huge global housing deficit and to meet the demand for affordable high quality housing.
It is the smartest innovation in housing and construction engineering since the beginning of time. The technology is invented, approved and certified in Germany for its superiority to the traditional housing construction technologies in terms of strength and durability, quality, resistance to weather conditions, sound and earthquake resistance.