Road construction takes time. It needs to be well constructed that is why it needs to take time. However, the construction of road that not take such a long time like 15 years to construct.
Abuakwa in Kumasi have had their main road left untouched for so many years. The construction of a dual road from Sofoline through Abuakwa to Sunyani started over 15 years ago. The road is still not constructed. Works on stopped and started a year ago. However, contractors have started working on the Abuakwa road again but residents in the area have complained about the bad nature of the road which is even under construction.
Since the road is under construction, vehicles that use that road have been given a small path to pass. This cause a lot of problems and traffic on the way. Just recently, there was an accident on the way while a large vehicle with ply wood fell on the road because of the bad nature of the road. The case becomes worse even when it rains. Some cars get stack on the road.
Residents want the road to be fixed with immediate effect.
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