This comes after several Ghanaians have been burying their dead ones at their homes and Churches due to lack of space at public cemeteries.
According to the Director of MPHD, Mr Vctor Acquaye, who feels people who died of contagious diseases could pose health risks to those living close to burial sites.
He also told the Mirror in an interview that his team are planning to open up the western section of the Awudome cemetery for development into a modern well-spaced and landscaped cemetery.
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