The Ministry of Roads and Highways has dismissed suggestions on social media that the Circle interchange is facing imminent collapse.
According to the sector minister, the defects on the ongoing Kwame Nkrumah Circle Interchange will not and cannot cause a collapse of the edifice.
A statement by the Roads Ministry indicated that project has undergone all the necessary structural integrity tests and has proven to be structurally sound.
The statement added: “again the so-called cracks on the piers are untrue and that the piers erected for the projects are very strong, technically and physically.”
The statement further assured motorists and the general public that the Kwame Nkrumah Circle interchange is very safe for use and does not pose any danger to its users.
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“We appeal to the general public to desist from making unsubstantiated allegations that has the potential to create fear and panic to road users and rather seek necessary clarification from the relevant and appropriate quarters where they have concerns.
“We shall ensure that the Ghanaian taxpayer gets value for the investment made in the project,” the Statement added.