The sad news making rounds have it that 10 crush barriers on the Pokuase interchange, leading to Kwabenya end of the interchange have been stolen by some unknown miscreants. Indeed, the news came to many as a shock because, in the full glare of the public, people had the confidence to steal such huge and time exhausting to remove equipment. The barriers were made to circumvent people walking on that side of the road from falling onto the main road.
According to an eye witness, there were five (5) people who came, dressed in reflectors and very professional. They took their time to collect the barriers without stress. No rush whatsoever to suspect them. However, Ghanaians have registered their displeasure in the government and those connected to making the interchange.
Recently, there have been numerous CCTV cameras been planted at vantage locations in Ghana. What precluded the government from making some available on the interchange. Because we all know there are rascals in Ghana who might steal, considering the growing rate of unemployment. Government should fix the country, but it should be done with sense- one Gatri Hope on Facebook lamented. He couldn’t come to the terms with why such expensive equipment could be left unconcerned. However, project consultant engineer, Kwabena Bempong says contractors working on the interchange are liable to replace the 10 crush barriers because the burglary occurred within the defects liability period.
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