According to the Deputy Minister, the opening of the centre will provide 10,000 direct and indirect jobs.
In a post on his Facebook page, the Deputy Minister posted aerial shots of the completed centre.
According to him, the opening of the centre will provide 10,000 direct and indirect jobs.
He insisted that the President, John Mahama “is serious about job creation.”
The construction of the $8.3 million project began in 2011 and was financed by the World Bank and the Rockefeller Foundation to create more jobs for the youth.
The Centre is adjacent the State Highways yard on the East, and close to the State Transport Corporation (STC) on the West.