Over its 200 years of existence, the city’s improvement and morphology have been greatly shaped by its strong cultural, traditional, and socio-political antecedents, rooted in its established order as an essential fort of the Ashanti Kingdom. Today, Kumasi has lost its ‘Garden city’ accolade because of bad management of these ‘green areas’.
The pictures below are the current state of Kumasi. This accumulated garbage has been there for almost one month at Kumasi Adehyeman market just behind Kumasi kejetia.
These two organizations Zoom lion and Kumasi Metropolitan Assembly (KMA) are there to see to it that, the city is clean but they try to pretend as if they haven't seen it. You can see from the pictures that, there is a zoom lion dust bin at the station which is full but nobody wants to empty it. This situation is very risky to people's health, particularly amid coronavirus.
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