This morning, on the 30th of June, a huge road traffic happened at Teshie First junction road due to the blockage of the main road leading to Accra, from Teshie first junction to Teshie Police station.The blockage of the road is as a results of the construction projects, which therefore leads to the huge traffic on the road this morning.Is assured today, that the road will be completed in the month of July to August there.
The Nungua Barrier interchange is on board today on 29th of June, 2022, that the road interchange has reached to the semi - finish point of the construction projects.The road now contains a lot space for the passage of vehicles in and out of the road. Drivers are now happy to drive on a road without any traffic disturbance and also without any delaying on the road.The semi - finish of the road has also reduce the rate of road accidents due to the proper way out and proper way in.
Residents and Drivers in the Kwabre East Municipality in the Ashanti Region has lamented over deplorable roads that has been affecting their businesses. According to them, the roads has been in a bad state for decades that has set as death trap and yet no one has planned to fixed it.
Many Ghanaians have thier opinions as far as Nana Addo's administration is concern. Not all will support or speak good about the good works of His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo Addo. But some of us can testify the good works under Nana Addo and it is clear to the site of Ghanaians.
Though, not surprising to the citizenry, the Member of Parliament for Fanteakwa South Constituency in the Eastern Region, Hon. Kofi Okyere Agyekum who is affectionately called Hon. Arafat has reiterated the biggest or major problem in his constituency. While the problem may be peculiar to other constituencies, Hon.
Namibia has been ranked by WEF as a country with best roads in Africa for the past five consecutive years. If you drive from the southern border between Namibia and South Africa to the panhandle region of Zambezi in north-east Namibia a distance of 2000 km, you will not encounter a single pothole on the road.
Following the heavy downpour that resulted into the division of the Praso and Jukwa road, plans are underway to restore the road to its former state. Plans are on the way to see the road been done and are in good sharp to be plied by motorist as stated.
Enough Is Enough; My Ministry Will No Longer Tolerate Incapacitated Road Contractors - Road Minister
The minister of roads and highways, Honorable Kwasi Amoako-Attah was in parliament today to give some explanations and answer some questions relating to the road ministry. In the course of his delivery, the minister made it clear that his ministry will no longer tolerate Incapacitated road contractors in the country.
The 19-kilometer roadway that connects Tema and Accra is in terrible condition since it is riddled with large potholes and the thousands of vehicles that use it every day have washed the road markings away. For Ghanaians who travel the route every day, the Accra-Tema highway has become a death trap.
The Ghanaian government has organized a special team that will be entirely responsible for the emergency repair of roads in the country that have been damaged by floods. This was stated by the Minister for Roads and Highways, Kwasi Amoako-Attah, during a press conference in Jukwa, Central Region, on Monday June 20 in response to the collapse of a bridge in the area due to flooding. He indicated that the team will have twenty-four hours to fix the roads, depending on the severity of the damage. "We are experiencing
According to the Ministry of Roads and Highways, the Accra-Tema road will be available to traffic on Friday, June 17. The reopening will be completed by 6 a.m., according to a press release issued by the Ministry on Tuesday, June 14. The Ghana Highway Authority is also working around the clock to ensure that the project is completed on schedule, according to the statement. "The Ghana Highway Authority has been working around the clock to replace the deck, utilizing current concrete production and application
Dodi Princess was a cruise boat on Lake Volta in South Ghana. It was owned by the Volta River Authority and under the management of Volta Hotels. It was the only cruise ship in Ghana.It was built as a cargo ship and later converted into a passenger ship in 1991.
One of the generally sobering information about energy is that every one of humans receive a supernatural foe whose aspiration is to wastage drag and pleasure to be us blind, stupid, and miserable — forever. The Bible calls him the devil and Satan the liar of the total humankind the litigant the ruler of this humanity and the divinity of this age. He is our antagonist who prowls around like a thriving lion, looking for a star to devour. Yet, in the on the whole appalling and chance bondage, the intact humanity
1. Kakum national park Ghana is a biodiverse place which has some unique species of plants and animals and certainly one of the most beautiful regions in Ghana. Kakum national park is a place that one needs to go for visiting the rainforests of Ghana. It is stretched over an extensive part of southern Ghana. One can see buffalos, meerkats, civets, elephants and several species of birds when they are at this place. The Canopy Walkway is a key part of the national park and pulls a lot of tourists. People should
There are many beautiful places in Ghana to visit Ghana is a beautiful cultural-filled country located in the western part of Africa. It is a small country with impressive tourist sites to show the world. This African country is considered one of the more "stable" ones as well when it comes to democracy and gradual development.
If it is beautiful, then it roots are from Ghana. Very interesting as photos of the famous Adomi Bridge in Ghana surfaced on the internet once again. The said photos came to light again when one architect named, Kuukua Manful, shared the beautiful scenes of Adomi Bridge during the 1957. Prior to Ghana becoming a sovereign state, the iconic infrastructure was built in the-then Gold Coast. Construction of the bridge begun in March 1955 and was commissioned by the first Ghanaian Prime Minister, Dr Kwame Nkrumah
The water supplied to our houses is not pure but it is safe for use . It is said to be portable . Our water supply comes from various sources namely rivers , lakes , and underground water . Water from these sources are usually polluted and therefore not safe to be used in our homes .
More than 60% of youngsters living in the fishing networks along the Volta Lake are kid workers, as per research led by Challenging Heights, a non-legislative association situated in the Central Region. The report, which is named "kids concealed in plain sights, a report on the condition of youngster work in the fishing business of lake Volta" was delivered to celebrate World Day Against Child Labor, 2022.
The residents at Agyareago in the Ashanti Akim central Municipal, of the Ashanti religion,has Appeal out to the government for denying them access to good roads. The president of Ghana disclosed that, the year 2021 will be a year of roads, but people of Agyareago has never had part of the promises made by the government
Construction Of Bosomtwe Road Which Starts From Ahinsan To Lake Bosomtwe Under President Nana Addo Government Is On It Way Of Completion After Many years of lobbying, appeals, demonstrations and promises to construct the Lake Road in the Ashanti region, two construction companies have started working on the road. The work on the Lake Road is part of road works on 260 kilometres (km) stretch of roads within the Kumasi Metropolis and its adjoining municipalities under the Greater Kumasi Town roads facelift project.