- A street lighting project has commenced on the Tema motorway to illuminate the stretch
- The project was started after the constant public outcry about the darkness which served as a shield for criminals to freely operate along the stretch
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There have been several reports that have highlighted the absence of streetlights on Ghana's premier motorway, the Accra-Tema motorway.
A street lighting project has however commenced on the Tema motorway to illuminate the streets.
The exercise was started a couple of days ago, as LED lights were provided from Tetteh Quarshie Interchange to the Sidalco company stretch of the motorway towards Tema.
The project was started after the constant public outcry about the darkness which served as a shield for criminals to freely operate along the stretch.
The Ministry of Roads and Highways had earlier given an assurance that the malfunctioning street lights would be replaced.
Sometime in 2002, the government abandoned its plan to light up the motorway to coincide with the country’s 50th independence anniversary celebrations following a series of challenges including cable, transformer and lamp thefts which delayed its completion.
In 2017, the Ghana Highway Authority (GHA) estimated that between 57,000 and 89,000 vehicles used the highway daily but poor illumination had remained a major problem.
In order news, a prophet by name Emmanuel Micah says President Nana Akufo-Addo will lose the 2020 elections because he broke his covenant with God.
According to the man of God, the NPP leader will see defeat in the December polls because he failed to build a cathedral for God.
He opined that Akufo-Addo made a covenant with God to build a ‘house’ (cathedral) for Him when he visited Israel before the 2016 presidential elections.
Predicting who will win the upcoming presidential polls, Prophet Micah
“When I entered the realms of the spirit, I saw our president, Nana Akufo-Addo, he laid his hand on the wailing wall, and he made a covenant with God."
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