This morning on Kessben Tv, the “Maakye” program host Kwame Appiah Kubi has spoken about the darkness in Kumasi in the evenings. According to him, he intentionally embarked on a tour last week Thursday and took pictures of areas that goes dark in the evenings.
He showed videos the areas he visited which included the Asokwa Interchange through to the mall, Danyame and its environments thus around the Rotary park, Also Ahodwo through to Santasi and many other areas.
From the videos he showed, it became clear that indeed Kumasi has become dark. He added that it’s one of the reasons people get attack easily by robbers as darkness only encourages crimes.
Sad thing is, most of these areas are the center of Kumasi and also where the leaders in the city live and sometimes it’s the light from buildings around the streets that help shine the place a little.
Let's take a look at some of the pictures. Your comments are welcomed in the comments section below.
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