Assin South: Residents Cry for Help After a Pregnant Woman Dies in a Tricycle Accident Due to the Poor Condition of the Roads

Residents of Assin South are pleading for assistance after a pregnant woman was killed in a tricycle accident that was caused by the poor condition of the roads in their area.

Residents in Fawomanye, Manager, and Quansakrom, which are all in the Assin South District of the Central Region, have expressed their displeasure with the area’s poor quality of road networks. Cocoa, plantains, cocoyams, and other food crops are produced by the communities, which have a population of over 800 and are primarily agricultural.

They are renowned for processing a significant amount of gari.

The farmers’ complaints claim that because it is so difficult to get their agricultural products to markets, they are all rotting away in the bush.

A pregnant woman who slipped and fell in the bathhouse and died as a result of the Aboboyaa’s accident while transporting her to the hospital was what prompted their plea for help. This was because of the poor road system.

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However, numerous requests for help were made to the MP, Hon. John Ntim, and the DCE went unanswered. In this regard, they construct unsafe for cars bridges connecting surrounding settlements using coconut trunks.

Therefore, they are requesting assistance from the MP, Hon. John Ntim Fordjour, and the DCE, Hon. Felicia Amissah Ntrakwa. Cue in… Meanwhile, Nana Atua “I,” the local chief, explained that poor road conditions also have an impact on students’ academic performance because, in Assin Besease, KG students even have to walk around three kilometers to school. He emphasized that the 2024 election will be determined by the road, thus the MP and the DCE

Story filled by Dr. Swanzy

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