Amansie Central : Residents of mile9, mile 18 cry over poor road networks

Residents and motorists of Mile 9, Mile 18 and its surrounding communities  in the Amansie Central District in the Ashanti Region have asked the authorities to step up efforts to improve roads in the community.

These communities, are suburb of the Odotobri Constituency Constituency, is noted for the many poor infrastructure in the area.

A broken wooden bridge on to the road linking towns, which put the lives of residents at risk when it was abandoned for a decade without attended to.

The problem has been persisted for  so long according to the residents,  and claim that the MP and DCE have been informed about it but they have not done anything about the situation and the plights of the people and road users around the area.

The broken wooden bridge and storm drain had put the travelling public in a difficulty as residents explained that vehicles avoided that route.

Speaking to TVNEWSGH.COM, the residents say,  apart from the collapsed bride the road networks in that section are very deplorable which is affecting the lives of the people.

A visit to the area showed that massive nothing is been done to ease the burden on them.

You could only see some residents trying to fix the collapsed bridge to allow motorists and road users to  ply on the road for now.

They said “the authorities must, therefore, expedite efforts to construct roads in this vicinity to also allow them enjoy some social amenities ” .

In separate interviews, other motorists and residents further appealed to the authorities to improve the dilapidated road network in the area which had over the years impacted their businesses negatively.

Source : Tvnewsgh.com | Akua-Piesie Asare Bediako

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