Some residents of Adjen Kotoku in the Greater Accra Region in the Ga West District have made a simple turn to building their homes.
The people building their homes have used the stones from the government to construct the railways as their source of stones.
The government in its project brought some stones for the railway construction in the year 2017. This was part of the plans to put back the railway into maintenance.
This made the government on a contract deploy the stones to the scene.
Popular reports from yawkof have shown that there is no security. The stones for about 50 double trucks were deposited in 2019.
Speaking with Marbel, the assembly man of the town, he told that government is putting in much efforts to put back the rail to it's gentle state.
Meanwhile, he said securities have been employed to make sure no one comes closer to the stones.
However, some residents also told that they are using the stones because the government wasted money to buy and since they pay tax they have to make good use of it.
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