Earlier this morning, Kasoa residents took to the streets to protest against their deteriorating road conditions on Friday 20, October.
This demonstration, aptly named the “FixKasoa Highway Demo,” was organized by popular media personalities from the staples of CMB, including Class FM, Accra FM, CTV and No 1 FM as they joined by some residents of Kasoa to hit the streets to protest, blocking the roads and demanding swift action to address the worsening condition of their highway.
When the rainfall graces the region, sections of this vital roads are inundated with mudslides, rendering them impassable and endangering the lives of all who rely on it.
The Kasoa Highway is in the midst of heavy traffic as residents stage a protest against the worsening road conditions.
Due to the ongoing demonstration causing heavy traffic, frustrated passengers traveling on the Kasoa Highway have resorted to walking.
— UTV Ghana (@utvghana) October 20, 2023
The frustration reached a tipping point for the residents in residing in areas likes Broadcasting, Tuuba, Amanfrom and Asiadan. These communities have endured prolonged delays in the much-needed repairs of the highway, leading them to join this united call for action.
Drivers in Kasoa expressed their unwavering commitment as they took part in the demonstration, they echoed their sentiments of countless others who are fed up with the status quo.
In other news, Accra has received news of the passing of Akoto Ampaw, one of Ghana’s top legal minds.
The lawyer for President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo in the 2020 election petition passed away today, according to a tweet on X by Asaase Radio.
Mr. Akoto Ampaw, who has been known as “Che Che” since he was a student at the University of Ghana, also served on the legal team for the New Patriotic Party in the 2013 Electoral Petition.