The nature of some roads in Ghana is hard to describe. When some Ghanaians are complaining about bad roads in their vicinity some take it as a propaganda way of making the incumbent President, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, and his associates unpopular. But the truth of the matter is when you are living within those vicinities you will understand the stress they go through daily.
A social user known as Godwin Hahayie posted the photos in this article on Facebook pleading to people in authority to do something about this road. According to him, this road has been like this ever since he relocated to the area about four years ago.
He said that this is the Afienya-Dewenya stretch near Tema in the Greater Accra Region. Godwin Hahayie lamented that the nature of the road even makes it difficult for them to walk on it anytime it rains. He is therefore pleading to whoever is responsible for fixing this road to do justice to it to make life a little bit comfortable for the people in the area.
This is what he wrote on Facebook:
"This is the Afienya-Dawenya stretch. This road has been like this ever since I came here about 4 years ago. It's so disheartening whenever it rains here. Just take a look at the pictures, we even find it difficult to walk. Whoever is responsible for fixing this road should do something now!!".
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