Nakamura said the centre when completed will help reduce the phenomenon of irregular migration which people from Brong-Ahafo dominate in Ghana.
The numbers of migrants attempting to cross the Mediterranean in the hope of reaching Europe, has increased by more than 10% in the first five months of 2015.
On Sunday, June 7, European warships and coast guard vessels rescued more than 2,000 migrants off the coast of Libya.
The Malta-based, Migrant Offshore Aid Station, said it co-ordinated the operation along with Italian, Irish and German ships.
Italy's coastguard could not confirm the numbers, but said it was trying to help around a dozen other vessels.
Italy's government has predicted a total of 200,000 will arrive on its shores this year, up from 170,000 in 2014.