The Sekondi –Takoradi Metropolitan Assembbly has given traders selling at unauthorized spots in the metropolis up to Tuesday January 16, 2018 to relocate or will be forcibly relocated.
Management of the Sekondi – Takoradi Metropolitan Assembly has resolved to undertake a “Never seen before” decongestion of the metropolis.
The assembly will be using 110 personnel including the military, police and guards from the assembly to superintend over the exercise.
Sekondi – Takoradi Mayor Anthony KK Sam addressing members of the Western Region members of the press corps indicated the exercise will see to the demolition of structures along principal streets in the metropolis.
He explains the “second phase” of the decongestion exercise will be done at all the four sub metros of the metropolis.
According to him the objective of the exercise is to rid the metropolis off the filth which has engulfed it and also ease the traffic situation.
Mr. K.K Sam therefore entreated traders undertaking trading activities at unauthorized spots to as a matter of urgency relocate to the Apremdo market to avoid their properties been damaged when the decongestion exercise begins.
Below is a list of some selected streets in the metropolis where the massive decongestion will take place on the Monday, January 15, 2018
Sekondi Sub metro
- Junior Rate Mess to Nkotonpo.
- From G.B.C roundabout through Maxwell road to Boundary Road.
- Gyandu Cinema to Essel Lagoon Bridge.
- Gyandu Cinema to Effia Nkwanta Regional Hospital.
Essikadu Sub Metro
- Kojokrom Hill side, Lorry Station and Eshiem Junction.
- Nkroful opposite Cape Stone to Queen of Peace School.
- Nkroful Nkwanta High Tension.
Takoradi Sub Metro
- NIB Traffic Light to Beach Road roundabout.
- Market Circle
- Paa Grant roundabout To Kwame Nkrumah roundabout
- Kwame Nkrumah roundabout to Effia No.9
- Effia-Kuma Anglican Church Area
Kwesimintsim Sub Metro
- Anaji Police Station to Ahantaman Rural Bank.
- Kwesimintsim Zongo through to Apollo Traffic through to the Whin River.
- Tadisco Junction through to St. Francis School Anaji.