Ghanaians transform Mahama’s Circle-Dubai into bedrooms; photos surface online

Ghanaians transform Mahama’s Circle-Dubai into bedrooms; photos surface online

YEN.com.gh is in possession of photos of people who have transformed portions of one of Ghana’s iconic locations into a place of rest.

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The ‘Circle-Dubai’ interchange, opened in late 2016, has become one of the unique pieces of architecture in the nation’s capital, Accra.

Portions of the interchange have been restricted with respect to human movement but this has done little to deter some people from using such places for their personal benefit.

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Photos available from Citizen Watch GH show that some people have gathered at the restricted area and are using it as a place of rest.

Information available shows that there is a police unit close to the area being used for such a purpose but the officials are doing little to clear the people from there.

It has been revealed that the police officials rather meet up with such people to engage them in conversations and laugh with them.

Some Ghanaians are however not pleased with the development and have aired their opinions about it:

Osei-Owusu believes it is the duty of the assembly to deal with it.

Dennis was however not pleased with Osei-Owusu's comment.

Dalmeida expressed worry about the indifference when it comes to work being done.

Gyasi believes that the police do not know their duties.

To Bra Yaw, Blacks are cursed.

In other news, YEN.com.gh has learned that the only Ghanaian football player to represent a top English club, Manchester United, Freddy Adu, has experienced a downturn in his career and livelihood.

Regarded as ‘the new Pele’, Adu, who started his career as a teenager, is currently a free agent and faces an uncertain future.

Information available suggests that he became the youngest player to sign a professional football contract in the United States in November 2003.

Per a report by goal.com, he became a global star at 14 years and always had fans excited when he stepped on the pitch.

Adu was known for his lightning-quick feet, an imposing physique and a good eye for goals.

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