The University of Ghana Medical Centre project was started and completed under the John Mahama administration.
The facility, which cost $217 million can among other things boast of 617 beds, ultra-modern medical gadgets for treating complicated medical conditions, and a helipad to airlift emergency cases as well as a medical hotel.
Many months after the completion, the facility is yet to be operational following a tussle between the Ministry of Health and the University of Ghana over who manages the facility.
citifmonline.com visited the facility today [Thursday] January 18, 2018, to ascertain the state of the centre.
Below are some pictures showing the state of the centre:
Photos by Roberta Edem Abbeyquaye/citifmonline.com/Ghana