Kumasi-Nsawam Highway bar from 'Billboard' towards Accra, the street is 90% opened and the Police have figured out how to get the defective truck up level off the street. Police faculty are as yet on the ground to get the excess 10% cleared with the expectation of complimentary traffic stream by late morning. There is a blockage on the Kumasi-Nsawam Highway from 'Billboard' towards Accra because of a broken truck locked on the interstate.
Traffic has been redirected onto the contrary path. Police faculty are on the scene to eliminate the truck off the interstate. Drivers coming from the two closures of the interstate are encouraged to drive circumspectly and follow the elective courses given by the police. More updates will be given at the appropriate time. The Police Service will keep on embracing procedures to free networks of hoodlums, in a bid to forestall wrongdoings and to guarantee the rule of law in the country. The overall population is urged to help the Police with data on crimes. Further update will be given at the appointed time.
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