The Ghana Tourism Authority has concluded an agreement with the Supoman Divisional Council in the Shama Traditional Area for the construction of an ultra modern highway rest stop at Supoman Dunkwa, to serve tourists and the travelling Public.
Nana Pansor IV, Nifahene of Shama Traditional Council and Chief of Supoman in signing the agreement, congratulated the Authority for the initiative and commended the MP of Shama, Hon. Ato Panford who led the GTA team to his palace.
Thanking the Chiefs and people of Shama for their reception, the CEO of GTA, Akwasi Agyeman, reiterated the committment of the Authority to projects across the country that will enhance visitors and tourists experience to Ghana.
He recounted several projects initiated over the last year including the rehabilitation and upgrading of the Kintampo Waterfalls, the Odweanoma Kwahu Paragliding site, the National Tourism Call Center, the Accra Tourists Information center and the Gomoa Assin Highway rest stop project among others.
Hon. Ato Panford, MP of the Area indicated that, the project when completed will open up the area to more developments.
Notable among the delegation from GTA were the two deputy CEOs, Ekow Sampson and Isaac Adomako Mensah, Ben Anane Nsiah, PBD Manager and Manager of Operations, Michael Kpingbi.