Deadlock On Accra Roads As 3 European Leaders Visit Ghana

Motorists on streets connecting to 37 Military Hospital in Accra have been held in traffic for over an hour following visits to Ghana by three European leaders.

The severe delays are experienced by motorists heading from Legon-Madina, and Spintex Road to Accra.

Officers of the Police Motor Transport and Traffic Department are reportedly under pressure to manage the traffic jam that started building up in the morning.

The visiting European leaders include French President, Emmanuel Macron, Dutch Prime Minister, Mark Rutte, and Estonian President, Khersty Kaljulaid.

Be that as it may, what has all the earmarks of being an affirmation of the confidence of the international group in Ghana has become an issue, with drivers and passengers griping about the vehicular gridlock.

A trip from the Spintex Road to the 37 Military Hospital that usually takes between 20 minutes now takes over an hour.

The Police MTTD announced the temporary closure of some major roads designated as ceremonial streets late Wednesday.

As a result, different routes were assigned to motorists heading to the heart of Accra.

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