People will recall that in the year 2008, Kumasi was set to receive a major boost when the then president, His excellency John Agyekum Kuffour cut sod for the construction of the Sofoline interchange to include the road network from the Bekwai roundabout to Abuakwa.
On the contrary, the NPP government was voted out of office leaving this infrastructure in the hands of the NDC government. Upon assumption of Office the government reduced the number of tiers of the interchange as well as the length of the associated road network. Instead of Abuakwa, the dual carriage road was left at Tanoso and the rest of the money, only they can answer.
Nana Addo and the NPP promised to get it done to ease the traffic congestion in the area. Just as promised, they are delivering and the work has begun on that stretch of road.
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