The Ministry Roads and Highways has been asked to fix the potholes on a section of the road close to the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) office near the Kwame Nkrumah Interchange.
A driver who spoke to the Ghanaian Times in an interview, on condition of anonymity, on Tuesday said that portion of the road kept deteriorating since the Kwame Nkrumah Interchange was inaugurated in 2016.
He said, “The drivers always meander their way through the deplorable section of the road in an attempt to swerve the gullies and pot holes.”
The driver said most of his colleagues have complained about the huge sums of money being spent on buying spare parts as a result of the bad nature of the road.
The Ghanaian Times also observed that drivers who used the affected section of the road to the Nkrumah Interchange from Nima, Maamobi, Madina, Osu, and Labadi, spent a lot of time in traffic as they were compelled to drive slowly.
BY VICTOR A. BUXTON