President Akufo-Addo commissions Phase 1 of the Tema Interchange project (Photos)

President Akufo-Addo commissions Phase 1 of the Tema Interchange project (Photos)

President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has commissioned Phase one of the Tema Interchange project at a brief ceremony in Accra.

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The newly-constructed Tema Interchange, which is part of the Ghana International Corridors Project, would help reduce the unbearable traffic in and around the Tema Metropolis.

Speaking at the ceremony, the president called on Ghanaians to act responsibly on the roads when using them to reduce the accident rate on that stretch.

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Photos shared from the ceremony has got Ghanaians talking, as usual, with some lauding the president and others lauding former president Mahama.

Mike Chang-soo Odoom believes the people of Ghana would forever be indebted to Akufo-Addo.

The people of Ghana would be forever indebted to you Sir. The passion you have to drive this nation forward is unfathomable.

Ansah Elorm believes it is the vision of Mahama and appreciated him for that.

Thank You John Mahama for your Vision As for this wasted 3 years di3 God shall restore it by 2021 HE Akufo Ado is promise everything but deliver nothing

@Samuel Sackey tabled another concern to the president.

Good job, but also need lights on the same Tema motorway stretch, is very terrible when driven at nights

@Nash Abdul said Ghana would forever remember Akufo-Addo's leadership.

Thank you Mr. President, Ghana will forever remember your great leadership

@David Dorgbetor credited John Mahama for the project.

Please, this project is the architect of JM, no amount of cover up will make Ghanaians forget it. In any case, residents want to see the expansion work some few metres away ie timber market tulaku roundabout.

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In other news, he New Patriotic Party (NPP) will hold its parliamentary primaries on June 20, 2020.

The General Secretary of the NPP, John Boadu, said the primaries would be held in the 168 constituencies where it has its sitting Members of Parliament.

Also, in constituencies where the party has no sitting members, parliamentary candidates have been selected to represent the party in Parliament. the

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