The poor road is one of the biggest problems Ghanaians are facing now. Currently speaking, all the regions in Ghana are crying about bad roads. It's well known that poor roads are the major causes of road accidents. The pictures in this article are Government Bus which nearly sink at Ho.
According to FOX FM, this is the condition of the road that leads to the University of Health and Allied Sciences, Ho, a public university in the Volta Region of Ghana. It was built during the Mills-Mahama administration. it is said that works on that stretch of the road were halted when NPP came into power in 2016. All efforts by the University authorities to have the Akufo Addo government bring back the contractor had yielded no results. The people living in the area, I mean the road users are pleading to the government to fix this road. Thank you for reading this article kindly like, share, and leave your comment in the comment section. Follow me as well.
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