Residens in the central gonja of the Savannah region has caution the government to fixed the damages on the road especially the death trap that has been on the bridge for almost three weeks now, we don't know what has keeping the government from fixing it, vehicles always cause accidents on that spot.
On the 6 September 2021, a vehicle carrying rosewood got stuck at that place, making movement very difficult on the Tamale -Accra road.
This comes as results of heavy vehicular traffic on the road which makes movement a bit difficult.
Before the bridge from, the road has developed some potholes with water all over that portion, about two weeks now, nobody seems to act on that issue, today on the 6 September, a car carrying rosewood has caused an accident after failing to manage out of that portion, this has made the people of bupei to call on the government to help fixed the road in order to curb such accidents
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