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Bad Roads In Ghana: Resident bemoans poor state of Kwadaso road, indicates Military Government may be preferable

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According to the poster, who also acts as the narrator in the local Twi language, the street under scrutiny is ...
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A street in Kwadaso, a town in the Kumasi metropolitan area of the Ashanti Region of Ghana, has come under the microscope of residents and commuters for its current poor state, which is beyond deplorable.

A video posted on Facebook by a disgusted and unidentified resident of the area shows an untarred and disheveled street riddled with numerous huge potholes from one end to the other, with drivers being forced to keep to the shoulder in a futile attempt to avoid the potholes.

Bad Roads In Ghana: Resident bemoans poor state of Kwadaso road, indicates Military Government may be preferable

According to the poster, who also acts as the narrator in the local Twi language, the street under scrutiny is in the middle of the town and shockingly leads to the garrison of the Second Infantry Brigade located In the Ashanti Region.

He takes the opportunity to blast the Member of Parliament for the area and the country’s politicians in general, especially the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) government and lambasts them for failing to improve the situation after producing multiple videos on the shortcomings of the erstwhile National Democratic Congress (NDC) that they wrestled power from in 2016 via the ballot box. He goes on to add that a Military Government might be better as the soldiers might proverbially leave some scraps behind after eating and that they may even do things right, even if they beat up the citizenry.

He also wonders why in the midst of all this mess, the politicians were debating building a new Chamber, when the current one in use is perfectly fine.

Concluding his narrative, he called on the youth to band together show the two dominant parties in the country – NDC and NPP - where power lies.

 

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