The ministry of roads and highways has today, 23rd May, 2022 dropped some pictures to show the current level of work done at various roads being constructed in the Eastern region. "The 695km corridor traverses Greater Accra, Eastern, Volta, Oti, Northern and Upper East regions and connects major towns like Tema, Atimpoku, Asikuma Junction, Peki, Kpeve, Golokwati, Hohoe, Jasikan, Nkwanta, Bimbilla, Yendi, Gushiegu, Nakpanduri, Garu, Bawku and Kulungugu."
When will perennial floodings in the capital city of Ghana end? This is the question that every government finds very difficult to answer once their political party wins power. Today, most parts of Accra have once again experienced heavy rainfall. And this has consequently flooded all the major streets of Accra.
Another police officer who was directing traffic has been caught by a secret camera while on duty. It is very sad to see what the police man did to a sick man who was crossing the road. Police officers must protect life's of People, but when the opposite is what we are seeing, then what can we say about the police service.
Good roads beautify a nation and it measures the rate of vehicles accidents in the country. And it is the major cry of the Ghanaian citizens that the highway officials must quickly look into it. There is a video going around on Twitter concerning some deplorable roads in the country that are claiming a lot of lives.
Positive tribute service and words of encouragement has been held for Archbishop Nicholas Duncan Williams in the occasion of his 65th Birthday and 45th anniversary in ministry. Vice President Doctor Mahmoud Bawumia and some selected members of Parliament represented the government of Ghana at the occasion. Events surrounding the tribute service was hinted by Vice President Doctor Mahmoud Bawumia on his official Facebook page.
Road accidents continue to claim lives on our roads. Although the government through Road Safety Commission and the various ministries are doing everything possible to avert this menace, the situation seem far from over as hundreds continue to die on our roads. The irony is that more lives are lost on good roads compared to the bad ones.
We also go on our kneels to pray against road accident. But frequent update always give details about how road accident is happening in Ghana. We must be very vigilant on how we drive on the street. Just two days ago, a terrible road accident claim life's of students in Oti Region.
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Ghanaians were very glad when his Excellency Nana Addo Dankwah Akuffo Addo declared 2020 and 2021 as the year of roads. This is to mean that, the Government is going to provide reliable and quality roads for Ghanaians. Just as it was said, the Government embark on the this agenda of road construction and the people of Aduamoa and Aduman in the Eastern Region received their share of the project.
The Ashanti Regional Police Command says it has formed a taskforce to bring traffic congestion in some parts of Kumasi under control. “The Ashanti Regional Police Command has noticed with grave concern the heavy vehicular traffic at the Kumasi High School junction, Atonsu –Agogo, Afanco and Dompoase junctions on the main Atonsu Agogo –Bosomtwe Lake road”. The gridlock, the police said, resulted from wrong parking, use of road shoulders instead of the roads, and transformation of the road shoulders into
We all bear witness recently to the tragic accident that occurred at Bunduata, very pathetic, and this clearly shows that road accidents continue to claim lives and property at a rampant rate that if authorities do not step up their game, this social problem is going to be a serious canker on us.
[Sad]: I Am Not Happy With What Is Happening On Kumasi To Accra Highway - Angel TV Presenter Lament.
The rate at which accident is happening in Ghana these days is very terrible. We cannot blame the police officers since drivers are not willing to comply with road safety protocols. Sometimes, road accident can be linked to bad road networks across the country. Angel TV presenter speaking on Angel News this afternoon 15th May 2022, lament over the bad nature of road accidents happening on Kumasi to Accra Highway.
When drivers learn how to driver carefully by adhering to the road safety protocols, we can be able to reduce the high rate of road accident in the country. The police officers are doing their very best on the various roads across the country. But the drivers must also ensure maturity in when driving on the road.
The Bueko community is one of the fast developing towns in the Ningo-Prampram District.That's due to the various companies that are being set up in the area and at this pace, this community will turn into a big town in no time. Let's talk about another outstanding project going on there.
The Mmrantehene of Wassa Adjakaa-Manso in the Wassa Amenfi Central district of the Western Region Nana Awuah has raised a red flag over abandoned road projects in his community by Memphis Construction Limited, the contractor for the projects. The youth Chief who is not happy about the abandoned road project expressed frustrations calling the contactor back to the site.
Road accident continue to be a very serious national issue that keeps on claiming lives and property. It is becoming an issue that if authorities don't find remedies to it, will end up continuously claiming innocent souls. I am narrowing my explanation based on the tragic incident that bestowed our nation some few days ago ( Six school children been killed by a car). We can all bare witness to the fact that these incident may be attributed to poor road networks, over speeding , carelessness on the part of the
Road accident keeps on increasing in the country leading to loss of lives and properties. The Ghana Road and Safety commission have done numerous campaign and several measures but the menace seems to be escalating day in day out..We cannot continue to loss our energetic young men and women to die just like that.
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The Ghana Road Transport Coordinating Council (GRTCC) asks Ghanaians to ignore a 20% increase in bus prices at some terminals. Some commercial drivers at bus terminals are already charging 20% extra on transport fees ahead of the Ghana Private Road Transport Union's (GPRTU) planned increase in transport rates on Friday.
The Ghana Police Service has issued a fantastic message on their official Facebook page, demonstrating that they take road trafficking offenses very seriously. According to a new public notification from them, the MTTD Monitoring and Surveillance Centre has arrested several road traffic violators around the country. Per the post, the Ghana Police Service's Motor Traffic Monitoring and Surveillance Centre captured on video and photo certain vehicle users in the Greater Accra Region breaking the law on the road.