The reason why the ministry is pleading to the Ghanaians is because, there will be an interruption to traffic flow within Shiashie and it's environments.
The Ministry of Roads and Highways said, the interruption will commence on midnight of Friday, October 15 and ends on Sunday, October 17.
So therefore, the road will be closed down for contractors to undertake repair works on some section of the road.
The Ministry apologizes to the public for any inconveniences that would be caused as a result of roadblock.
The ministry said this to the public; “please bear with us as we strive to eliminate the bottlenecks in our traffic stream” and also went ahead to urge the motorist to follow traffic diversion signs that will be placed at the various section of the road during the period.
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