President John Mahama is expected to commission the Job 600 office building complex today, Friday November 6.
The facility will be used by Members of Parliament s as offices.
The building complex was constructed to serve as the venue for the 1965 meeting of the Organization of African Unity, but was renovated to facilitate parliamentary work.
The cost of the project was initially estimated at 62.8 million dollars. In 2011, the estimate for renovating the building was adjusted upwards by 39 million dollars. The increased cost was due to inflation.
The Job 600 complex has thirteen floors with 252 offices.
Although happy about the new facility, MPs also want qualified research assistants to assist them in their work.