The Minister of Roads, Mr Kwasi Amoako-Atta, has said the Akufo-Addo government has built a larger number of streets in the Ashanti Region than any organization.
Amoako-Atta has subsequently dismissed cases that the administering New Patriotic Party (NPP) has neglected to build streets in the district which turns out to be the gathering's fortress.
Tending to the media in the wake of visiting some progressing projects in the locale, Amoako-Atta promoted the public authority's accomplishment at the street area depicting them as phenomenal, declaring that five additional trades will be developed in the district.
The culmination of these activities, as indicated by the pastor, is relied upon to ease vehicular traffic experienced at significant crossing points inside the district.
As per him, Oforikrom, Bekwai, Ahodwo, Suame and Santasi traffic circles have been recognized as zones the exchange tasks will affect.
"I need to guarantee individuals of this area that formative projects in Ghana in general will be taken a gander at completely and each locale will get its first portion of the public cake, however Ashanti Region won't ever be scammed and your advantage won't be played with all things considered. Ashanti Region will consistently have something reasonable of the public cake," Amoako-Atta said.
"I'm advantaged to lead that area for President Akufo-Addo. Along these lines, while taking a gander at the entire circumstance, it is highly unlikely I will joke and play with Ashanti Region. In the event that you see black-top overlay, we began with 227 kilometers plan for Ashanti Region. As I talk, we have finished 174 kilometers," he added.
Second year of streets
During the 2021 State of the Nation Address (SONA), President Akufo-Addo repeated that 2021 will be second year of streets.
"Our streets are being developed at a quicker speed than previously, and indeed, there are as yet a lot more kilometers to build. We characterized a year ago as the time of streets. This year will be the second year of streets as we proceed with our emphasis on managing the shortages of our street framework," Akufo-Addo said.
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