University of Ghana to complete disputed Africa Integras Project

Despite the ongoing legal conflict that the contested Africa Integras Project is facing, the University of Ghana has assured that it is moving forward to finish the project.

The project was supposed to include a complex for the College of Education, a new building complex for the College of Basic and Applied Sciences, an expanded facility for the College of Humanities, a complex to house the Institute of Technology and Applied Science, and a building for the College of Health Sciences to help the University relocate the medical school to the UG cam. However, the project stalled five years ago after a dispute between the school and the contractor.

The University was forced to pay the contractor $160 million after losing a legal dispute in a London arbitration court in August 2018, valued at $64 million.

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The Project has been mired in a never-ending legal battle that has cast serious doubt on its ability to be completed, but the Pro-Vice Chancellor of the University of Ghana, Prof. Gordon Awandare, assured Citi News that the University was working with the Government to overcome the obstacles.

“The University is currently working to finish one of the dormitories that we were building as part of the Africa Integras Project. It is well along and should be ready for use by the start of the following academic year.

We are working together with the government to try to finish those projects, and we are resolving the legal issues as we go. After that, we will concentrate on how to finish the buildings, and we are hopeful that those buildings will eventually be finished and added to the infrastructure in the university.

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