GHANA’S President Nana Akufo-Addo recently cut the sod for the implementation of the proposed Law Village Project in Ghana, at East Legon near the university of Ghana business school in Accra.
This project, which mainly involves the construction of an ultra-modern 4-storey academic building for the Ghana Law School, will be carried out by Joberg Ghana Ltd, a wholly-owned Ghanaian construction and real estate developing company.
Speaking during the sod-cutting ceremony, Kwasi Prempeh-Eck, the Director of the Ghana law school urged the contractor to stick to the timelines of the project that is to be completed in a year from the day it broke grounds.
On the other hand, CEO of Joberg Ghana Ltd Joseph Magmus Marteye guaranteed Ghanaians at large that his company has a track record of delivering quality work within the stipulated timelines and will not disappoint in terms of its deadlines.
The completed Law Village will feature a state of the art 1,300-seater multipurpose conference hall accessible to the general public, two lecture halls with teleconferencing facilities, two 500-seater lecture theatres, fifteen lecture rooms of 40-seater capacity each, two 50 seater mini-conference rooms designed as flexible spaces to hold ADR sessions, a modern law library complex with traditional and electronic archiving facilities and two moot courts with the capacity to accommodate 25-30 people.
Other facilities will include a 50-seater restaurant, internet café points and 20 wireless hotspots for 30 persons each, 2 on-site banking facilities, 50- room executive hostel, offices and conference room for General Legal Council and stores for the Law School as well as sickbay, student lounges, SRC Centre that includes offices, bookshop, 50-unit office facility for faculty and administration with other open offices among others.