- Photos of the one-lane underbridge at Ashaiman has caused a stir on social media with many questioning the rationale behind it
- The photos show that the one-lane underbridge is a continuation of a dual-lane road, causing traffic at its entrance
- Some social media users have reacted to the situation after photos of the underbridge popped up online
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Photos of the Ashaiman Underbridge have surfaced online and angered some social media users.
Questions have been posed about the rationale behind the decision to construct a one-lane tunnel for a two-way road.
A poster of a politician seeking political office has been pasted above the tunnel and this further infuriated some Ghanaians.
They therefore took to social media to express their opinions about the situation:
@edem_agenda stated that he could be caught in traffic for about an hour.
@KmikeAmoah wondered why the tunnel has not been given any attention.
@xhuga2 added that the authorities do not care about areas like Ashaiman.
@Ilhushie opened up about the experience he had using the tunnel.
@Raboni233 also stated that the tunnel was probably constructed for cattle and not cars.
In other news, YEN.com.gh has learned that a professional footballer, Joyce Annor Yeboah, nearly lost her life after falling sick, and this compelled her to quit playing.
Not to be outdone, she has settled for another profession, football commentary, in which she finds joy.
Information available suggests that she mastered the art of speaking with speed and the presentation style was birthed in Kumasi in the Ashanti region.
This is because the limited time slot for sports updates on most radio stations makes it necessary for one to speak as fast as possible.
Per a report by pulse.com.gh, she was taken by surprise when it dawned on her that her oratory skills may come in handy in the near future.
Joyce reveals that she almost lost her life after falling severely ill in August 2015. Till date, she is yet to determine the exact form of the sickness, which compelled her to stay home for a year and eventually ended her football career.
“Doctors declared that I would not survive but it was by the grace of God that I am still alive,” she said.
She, however, regained her health after staying home for a year and this was the start of her career in sports commentary.
Joyce says that in future, she wants to be recognized by CAF and FIFA when it comes to football commentary.
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