Sunday , September 19 2021
Assin Akropong has petitioned minister
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FIX OUR ROADS OR FACE OUR WRATH; YOUTH GROUP WARNS, ROAD MINISTER, MP AND DCE. AND

A Youth Association in Assin Akropong has petitioned the roads minister Mr. Amoako Atta and the central regional director of highways.

Mr. Samuel Akuokoh, MP, Mr. Kennedy Agyapong, and the DCE Nicholas Fiifi Baako demanding that their poor road should be fixed.

The group in their petition gave the minister till September 20, 2021, to give them an update on the state of roads in the area of face their wrath.

The project director of the association, Mr. Frank Asante  expressing their displeasure about the development said several efforts to those in authority.

For why the construction company (D.H.L) has abandoned the project for 36 months and also all their plea to bring back the company to site as yielded nothing.

When speaking with Linda Mensah in an interview, Mr. Frank Asante noted that the abandonment of the road has seriously affected their businesses.

Reducing the life span of their vehicles, serious health conditions including the rate of hardship in the community due to the bad state of our roads.”

Mr. Samuel Akuokoh, the central regional director of highways on his part admitted that the said road was part of the 49-kilometre  road.

Which was given to the DHL construction company in 2009 and has 3 years duration period to complete the project.

Assin Akropong has petitioned minister, but the company has not been able to explain why they are not on site.

Mr. Akuokoh, further warns that if the company fails to improve on their performance.

Their contract will  terminate the following in due procedure.

He spoke with Linda Mensah.

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