Two construction workers working on the redevelopment of the Koforidua Jackson Park project are receiving treatment at the Koforidua Government Hospital after a section of the building collapsed on them.
The entire roofing of the stand came down during a short rainfall, which was accompanied by a wind.
The project which was supposed to be completed in 12 months is yet to be completed a year after it was awarded.
Some residents who witnessed the incident blamed the New Juaben South Municipal Assembly for supervising a substandard work.
“It is unfortunate that, government invested money into this new project, and it has just collapsed. I doubt the competence of the contractor. I am shocked and blame the Assembly.”
“The Assembly must take lessons from this incident and ensure that something similar does not happen in future”, another resident said.