The Accra Metropolitan Assembly(AMA) has began an exercise to demolish containers and illegal structures at the Rawlings Park in the Central Business District of Accra.
In a number of photos fast trending on all social media platforms, a number of workers of the Accra Metropolitan Assembly were seen demolishing some containers and illegal structures at the Rawlings Park leaving people homeless.
The exercise forms part of measures to sanitise the park to serve its purpose.
The Rawlings Park used to be part of the Makola Market in Accra. Following the turmoil of the 'June 4th' era, the market got razed to the ground and the site now houses a car park called the Rawlings Park. It also contains some commercial activities.
People have now use the area as place to reside which goes contrary to it purpose as a Car Park and some commercial activities hence the AMA has embarked on this exercise to sanitize toe place to serve it purpose.
Take a look at some photons from the scene below
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