- The newly-built Motorway Roundabout Interchange is already glowing with beauty
- Although finishing touches are yet to be added, the site that was built ahead of schedule has undoubtedly added another flavour to the beauty of Greater Accra
- YEN.com.gh took a tour at the area and came up with breathtaking shots at different times of sunset
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The popular Tema Motorway Roundabout Interchange has been built ahead of schedule and the sight is already looking very breathtaking although some finishing touches are still yet to be completed.
Recently, the site was opened to traffic and not long ago, YEN.com.gh was there to take some amazing shots for all loving viewers.
The shots were strategically taken between dusk and nightfall, capturing different shades of the early evening that are simply breathtaking.
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1. Beautiful shot with the blue sky blending in with similar colours of cars and road
2. A glance at an overhead in the twilight
3. Beautiful moment as streetlights sparkled brilliantly in the eve
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4. Special YEN creativity with 'moving' lights
5. Stunning blend of different light shades around the roundabout
6. Master-shot showing the street, lights and sky in a perfect stunning blend
7. Great shot at the site with scattered clouds
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8. Beautiful sight with trucks approaching
In another interesting report, Chief Priest, Wor-Lumor Nuumo Noi Sekanku Kpenuku II who is of the Osu Nadu/Klottey Clan has revealed that Ga people had something to do with the Ark of Covenant.
In an interview with Ghanaweb sighted by YEN.com.gh, the renowned chief priest who is also a historian, mentions that the Ga people actually originated from Israel and were part of the Tribe of Dan, which is biblical.
The people of Dan were allocated in a coastal portion of the settlement after the people of Israel entered the Promised Land after which the tribe later moved northwards.
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