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Accidents are now becoming rampant on our roads leading to lots of death and serious injuries putting pressure on our hospitals. Although the government of Ghana in one way or the other is working around the clock to solve some of this issues to avert any further catastrophe but this is not enough as Ghanaians are calling for better roads and lightening on our streets.
Some of these causes of roads accidents includes;bad nature of roads, carelessness of road users, faulty vehicles on our roads, insufficient road signs on our streets, over speeding , lack of proper education on our various media outlets and others.
looking at our major roads especially Kumasi-Techman-Tamale road needs to be expanded. Accidents keeps occurring day in and day out making it uncomfortable traveling on that stretch. Similar is also the road that links Accra to Kumasi.
Ghanaians are pleading on the government to address these issues as a matter of urgency to prevent any further happenings as this may lead to greater loss of lives.
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