President Nana Addo has made new appointments to three Development Authorities established to see to the implementation of Government's Infrastructure Poverty Eradication Programme (IPEP).
A press release issued by the Junilee House on Friday indicates 13 persons have been appointed to act as Chief Executives Officer and Deputy Chief Executives Office for the Coastal, Middle and Northern Development Authorities.
They are to act pending the receipt of the constitutionally required advice of the governing Boards of the Development Authorities, given in consultation with the Public Service Commission.
The Government in July last year gave approval for the Act establishing the three development authorities.
The Coastal, Middle and Northern Belt Development Authorities is considered as a move the retaliation of President Nana Addo's one million dollars for every constituency each year campaign promise.
The project was also expected to have a direct link with government’s one district one factory project, which is estimated to cost GH¢456.3 million and create about 350,000 jobs.