Local Contractors advised to do the right things in 2020 and beyond


By Mildred Siabi-Mensah, GNA

Takoradi, Dec. 31, GNA – Pastor Samuel Kissi
Agyekum of the Church of Pentecost has entreated local contractors to execute
projects with quality in mind to avoid duplication and financial losses to
their sponsors.

He said many jobs were shoddily done and could
not stand the test of time thereby collapsing on children and adults or even
costing millions in repairs after actual work done.

Pastor Agyekum, also the area head of
Achimota Branch of the Church of Pentecost said this during the Thanksgiving
service of Memphis Metropolitan construction limited on the theme:”the
faithfulness of God.”

Memphis Construction, has been in the
industry for over two decades and half with superb job functions and
satisfaction to clients.

Pastor Agyekum said, faithfulness was the
key to success and upliftment in servanthood.

He said, it was disheartening that newly
constructed buildings, roads and other such infrastructure were washed away by
rains just within a short period unlike buildings in the colonial or Nkrumah
era, where standards and specifications were strictly adhered to.

The CEO of Memphis Metropolitan Construction
limited, Mr. Patrick Kwame Danso noted the need to celebrate God for His
Faithfulness over the period.

He said trusting God was Paramount in all
endeavours rather than cutting corners in the execution of contracts, which did
not really help.

Mr. Danso encouraged his fellow Contractors
to be sincere with suppliers and particularly sponsors who ensured that they
had work to do.

He said the local industry was to build with
all diligence, trust and dedication to duty to ward foreigners off their jobs.



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