NDC calls for urgent action to ease Kasoa-Winneba traffic congestion

NDC calls for urgent action to ease Kasoa-Winneba traffic congestion

The main opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) is urging the government to take immediate action to address the severe traffic congestion on the Kasoa-Winneba route, which it says has become a “dire safety hazard” and an “economic suffering” for motorists, commuters, and businesses.

In a statement available to Metro TV, the NDC’s Central Region Communication Bureau condemned the government’s “glaring incompetence” in managing the traffic situation, which has been a perennial problem for years.

The party criticized the Ghana Police Service for its “woefully inadequate response” to the situation and called for a comprehensive action plan to tackle the congestion, including the establishment of alternative routes and effective traffic control measures.

The NDC’s Regional Communications Officer, Gabriella Tetteh, signed the statement, which reaffirmed the party’s commitment to advocating for the Central Region and vowed to “withstand the continued affliction” inflicted by the government on its populace.

The statement comes as the government faces growing criticism for its handling of the country’s transportation infrastructure, with many commuters and businesses expressing frustration over the frequent gridlocks and delays on major roads.

Read full statement below

14th May 2024


The Central Region Communication Bureau of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) condemns the glaring incompetence of the Akufo-Addo-Bawumia regime in effectively managing the debilitating traffic congestion plaguing the Kasoa-Winneba route.

This perpetual gridlock represents a dire safety hazard, inflicting intolerable delays and economic suffering upon motorists, commuters, and businesses. The NDC denounces this brazen neglect of the Central Region populace and all affected commuters.

Furthermore, the NDC expresses profound dismay at the woefully inadequate response of the Ghana Police Service in alleviating commuter distress. The absence of proactive traffic management strategies is utterly deplorable.

The NDC demands immediate action from President Akufo-Addo and Vice President Bawumia.

The Ministry of Roads and Highways, in collaboration with the Ministry of Interior, must swiftly execute a comprehensive action plan to tackle the congestion. This includes ensuring on-site contractors establish alternative routes to mitigate disruptions, while the Ghana Police Service must deploy MTTD officers effectively for traffic control.

The NDC reaffirms its unwavering commitment to advocating for the Central Region and vows to withstand the continued affliction inflicted by President Akufo-Addo and Alhaji Bawumia upon its populace.

Gabriella Tetteh
Regional Communications Officer

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