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  • Writer's pictureNana yaw Dynamic

GHS150m disbursed by govt for fixing potholes

Government has dispensed GHS150 million committed to resolving the issue of potholes across the nation.



In a public statement released on February 15, the Service Ministry plans to start routine pothole fixing exercises on significant streets, utilizing the dry season to embrace these pivotal fixes. As per the assertion, numerous streets got through significant crumbling in the previous year because of weighty downpours, compounding the predominance of potholes. Perceiving the significance of quick activity to relieve dangers and improve street wellbeing, the not entirely settled to handle this challenge head-on.


"The sum is essential for the primary quarter sets free from the Service of Money to the Service of Streets and Parkways," the assertion explained, showing the public authority's obligation to focusing on street framework support and improvement. With the assigned assets, the Division of Metropolitan Streets will lead the drive to fix potholes, focusing on significant streets the nation over. This proactive methodology plans to diminish the probability of mishaps as well as to delay the life expectancy of Ghana's street foundation, guaranteeing smoother and more secure excursions for drivers and people on foot the same.


The Service guaranteed the Ghanaian public of its faithful commitment to tending to street network difficulties from one side of the country to the other. The Ministry emphasized the significance of collective efforts in achieving measurable improvements to the national road network and encouraged cooperation from all stakeholders, including citizens and road users. As Ghana proceeds with its excursion towards upgraded framework improvement and street security, the designation of GH¢150 million for pothole fixes highlights the public authority's obligation to tending to basic foundation needs and working on the general nature of transportation foundation the nation over.

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