Inhabitants of Santasi Apire in the Kumasi Metropolis are demonstrating against the lack of improvement on their highway networks.
In accordance to them, claims by governing administration to repair the roads are still to materialise.
The streets, as noticed, have been rendered muddy and slippery owing to rainfall in the space. Regular commuters make clear that drivers have to skillfully maneuver their way via the mud.
The demonstrators, like taxi motorists, who held a banner with the inscriptions “Aspire Worry Association”, took to blocking the roadways and shouting chants on early Tuesday early morning to sign-up their disappointment.
Some of them held placards with the phrases ‘No street no votes’, ‘Dust kills’ amid others.
They say these worries will impact their vote in the forthcoming elections.
They also complain that the dust through sunny days is unimaginable.
Leader of the Landlords Association in the space, Christopher Saaniano reveals that the team has designs to embark on far more demonstrations before the elections.
“We have prepared series of pursuits just before December. We will convey our mattresses subsequent week if we really don’t hear just about anything constructive to slumber in the middle of the road. We will not prevent now” he explained.
Their actions ended up mentioned to have an effect on site visitors circulation, as other residents had to possibly alter routes or wander their way to work.
Some other people who shared very similar sentiment were being found to sign up for in the activity.
Meanwhile, Assembly Member for Hemang Ampatia, James Sarfo claims his attempts to get the street fixed have proved futile.
“I have been to all suitable quarters to get this compact part alone finished but no a person will thoughts me” he explained.