Some residents of Asawase in the Asokore Mampong Municipality are calling on government and the Urban Roads Directorate under the Ministry of Roads and Highways (MoRH) to help demarcate some road sings on the road especially at the Central Mosque junction where pedestrians and motorists find it difficult to cross.
According to the residents, the rate of accidents on the T-Junction leading to the main Central Mosque gate needs deep road markings to ensure accident free on the junction.
They added that every week close to five-ten accidents with high casualties occur on the junction, which sometimes ends at the Manhyia Hospital and the Manhyia Police station respectively for address.
The residents made this known when the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Oli Best Road Safety Organization and the Media besieged the road to educate motorists, drivers and pedestrians about the use of the road.
The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Oli Best Road Safety Organization, Mr. Richard Kwame Karikari who later cautioned motorists identified some of the hot spots as: Mamhyia Total Junction to Asawase,
He advised drivers and motorists to adhere to the road safety protocols on intersections and careful when driving on T and Y junctions especially within the Kumasi Metropolis.
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