The Greater Accra Regional Coordinating Council and the Accra Metropolitan Assembly (AMA) will initiate an activity to free the Graphic Road in Accra of illicit tenants and encroachers.
The said practice has been planned to begin on Tuesday, May 18, 2021.
The activity, which will start from the Farisco Junction to Obetsebi Interchange frames a piece of endeavors to guarantee the free progression of traffic and to keep the city clean.
Talking at a gathering with partners on the approaching tidy up practice along the Graphic Road at the Accra Metropolitan Assembly (AMA), Henry Quartey, the Greater Accra Regional Minister, and Member of Parliament for Ayawaso Central said the activity was relied upon to diminish indiscipline around there.
He focused on that the activity would not be a “fleeting sensation” and that he would guarantee that order was kept up.
Mr. Quartey said indiscipline had become the dominant focal point around there, consequently the need to cooperate to guarantee that the mission was effective.
He additionally approached all partners along the stretch to meet up on that day to help tidy up the frontages of their organizations and guaranteed that his outfit would team up with the AMA and its sister Assemblies to authorize the bye-laws.
He has charged corporate establishments inside the money to be dependable and support the disinfection crusade under the “Make Accra Work” project.
Lieutenant Col. Enyonam-Adih of the Ghana Armed Forces clarified that the activity would initiate at 4:00 am from the Trust Bank through to the UTC traffic signal, Abidjan market, and its environs.
He repeated the responsibility of the security administrations towards the activity to guarantee a positive outcome and encouraged all partners to take an interest.
Agents of establishments present who vowed their help towards the activity were Graphic Communications Group Limited, Rana Motors, Accra Brewery Limited, Francoparts, and Japan Motors among others.
The gathering likewise united key partners including the Chief Executive of the Accra Metropolitan Assembly (AMA), Mr. Mohammed Nii Adjei Sowah, and his staff, agents of the Ghana Armed Forces, the Ghana Immigration Service, the Ghana National Fire Service, and the Motor Traffic and Transport Directorate (MTTD).