The beauty of Tanoso in Kumasi has got many talking about it. The beauty at night has now become the talk of the day in Tanoso especially the university campus in Tanoso which is Akenten Appiah Menka university of skills training and entrepreneurial development.
The highway in front of the school was once a death trap as students find it difficult to cross the road at night. This was because, there were no street bulbs on the stretch. Vehicles also go on high speed on that stretch.
It has been several years since the highway had no street bulbs on its stretch. Residents in the area and passengers who use that stretch. The robbery rate on the stretch will surely decrease as there is lights everywhere to bring all evil activities to light.
Residents and also the university management has complained a lot about this and finally it has been fixed.
The member of Parliament together with various Assembly men has fulfilled one of the major worries of the people of Tanoso.
Below is how the street looks like at night.
People even say 'one minute biaa, light nam mu' to describe the place.
The streets lights start from Kumasi main town through to Tanoso market.
Currently, the highway is under construction and we hop to see more of this lights and bulbs on our streets
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