67 entries were erroneously included in performance tracker – Govt

Source The Ghana Report

The Government has admitted that 67 entries were mistakenly included on the list of projects featured on the newly launched performance tracker.

In a post on Performance Tracker 2.0’s official page on X, formerly known as Twitter, the Ministry of Information expressed gratitude for the public’s interest in the project.

“Following the successful launch of the Performance Tracker, the Government expresses gratitude for the remarkable interest and scrutiny from citizens. This level of engagement demonstrates the public’s commitment to ensuring the accuracy and integrity of the information provided.

“Within 48 hours following the launch, our attention has been drawn to 67 entries which were erroneously included,” the tweet said.

On Wednesday, April 10, 2024, the government launched the Performance Tracker 2.0 platform intended to serve as a reliable mechanism for showcasing the government’s progress and impact of infrastructure projects.

The tracker is also expected to address long-standing concerns about the accuracy and reliability of project presentations, particularly the use of artist’s impressions to depict outcomes.

The Minister-Designate for Works and Housing, Kojo Oppong Nkrumah, during the launch, revealed that about 13,000 projects with their geolocations had been listed on the website.

He added that the website was an upgraded version of the previously introduced Delivery Tracker by Vice President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia in 2020.

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