Recent reports from several media houses indicated that, some street lights and crash barriers at the new Pokuase Interchange has been stolen by some unknown persons. The Ghana Police service are still working to bring the suspects of this crime to book.
However, today's reports indicated that, the parts which were stolen has been fixed. The cost to the state is being pegged at $35,000. This is a huge amount of money which unknown persons has cost the nation.
As at now, the government has fixed the issue on the interchange. The crash barriers has been fixed. It is now safe for vehicles to ply on that part of the road without any fear.
Measures has also been placed by government to ensure that, such criminality on state properties do not happen again especially on the interchange.
This incident really caused several reactions in the country as some Ghanaians think that, the government was not cautious enough. Some believed that, there should have been security cameras all over the stretch to bring criminals to book.
Also, the whole country are on the verge of fixing various issues and problems that makes it hard for citizens to feel at ease in the country. However, there are some thieves, robbers and criminals who always wants the downfall of the country. Even though, the interchange has been fixed, but the police is also working to bring all suspects to book.
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