Take second look at Kasoa road network

Take second look at Kasoa road network

 Dear Editor,

Last week, commuters to parts of Dansoman and Odorkor, stretching to Kasoa and its environs engaged in a forced keep fit exercise as a result of heavy rains that hits the capital.

These commuters had to walk very long distances to their various homes or des­tination where they can get vehicles home.

As a daily traveller on that road, walking from Kwame Nkrumah Circle area to the West Hills Mall came as a nightmare to me.

This was because the rain rendered parts of the road unmotorable, creating a gridlock which made passen­gers in vehicles even aban­don them to continue their journey on foot.

Few days after when the skies formed, indicating another rain was coming, workers on that route aban­doned work and left for their respective homes to avoid a similar situation.

This is the reason why the government must take a second look at the Kasoa road infrastructure to ensure that the rush for workers to leave early do not affect productivity.

That problem has been there for a long time but it appears calls to get it recti­fied always fall on deaf ears.

With the average Ghana­ian burdened with many tax introductions, it is only fair that some of these concerns are considered to make life a little bearable.

Ohene Ntow, Kasoa

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