When completed, the four-storey block which comes with lecture halls and offices will provide more space for students pursuing Pharmacy and Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharma D) programmes.
He revealed this when a joint delegation of the Pharmacy Council and the Pharmaceutical Society of Ghana tour round the project.
Alongside the building, it was also providing additional structures including a research laboratory.
The project, which is being executed by Antartica Contractor Works Company Limited, is expected to be completed next month.
Mr. Dennis Sena Awitty, Executive Secretary of the Pharmaceutical Society of Ghana, applauded the University, for the work done so far, to promote pharmacy education and practice.
He expressed satisfaction with what they saw and underlined the determination of the two bodies to continue to support and discuss areas of collaboration to raise pharmacy education.